Author: Paul MaierPaperback BookAudience: General
Topic: Church History
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The sensuality and excesses of first-century Rome, the treacherous and deadly ploys of imperial politics, the shocking persecution of the early Christians by a power-mad emperor — The Flames of Rome presents the sensational and searing story of pagans at their worst and Christians at their best. Paul Maier faithfully reconstructs the dramatic conflicts preceding and following the Great Fire of Rome in A.D. 64 through the experiences of a family of Roman nobility caught up in the political and religious clashes of the world’s capital. The family of Flavius Sabinus, mayor of Rome under Nero, was among the first crucial converts to Christianity and this unique Biblical novel recounts the “rest of the story” following the book of Acts.
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