(Available in print edition)
by William P. Lazrus
Born to privilege in Roman society, Publius Longus manages to waste everything until he finds faith among early Christians. Will it be enough to save him when Roman soldiers close in on him and his new friends? Only the newly written book now called Revelation and a brave woman offer clues to his fate.
A long-time religious historian, William P. Lazarus, M.A., is a veteran communicator who also taught at various colleges and universities. An active public speaker, he has hosted radio shows focusing on origins of religious beliefs and sacred objects. His previous book, Comparative Religion for Dummies, is considered one of the 100 essential books by the world’s largest on-line library.