This dramatic historical fiction offers a behind-the-scenes story of an ambitious Roman politician whose fateful decision changed the course of history. Guaranteed fiction!
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Paul L. Maier is the former Russell H. Seibert Professor of Ancient History (retired) at Western Michigan University and an award-winning author whose expertise in first-century studies and extensive travels in the Middle East and Asia Minor provide historical authenticity and compelling drama to his writing. His other writings include the ECPA Gold Medallion Award-winning volume Josephus: The Essential Writings, as well as The Flames of Rome, and the best-selling novel, A Skeleton in God’s Closet.Review:
The presentation of the Roman and Jewish political situation is absolutely first rate and historically accurate. (Blockhead Journal 2004-06-03)
A book to be read with eagerness and talked about with enthusiasm. (Atlanta Constitution-Journal 2004-06-03)
A serious historical study treated so well that it is difficult to drop the volume once begun. (Boston Sunday Globe 2004-06-03)
A startling, impressive book, daring in concept. . . praiseworthy and dramatic. (Minneapolis Tribune 2004-06-03)
A tremendous story. . . of cineramic splendor. In drama, romance, color, scope, and depth, this novel is comparable only to Ben Hur, The Silver Chalice, and The Robe . (Christian Herald 2004-06-03)
Tremendously rewarding reading. (Christianity Today 2004-06-03)
Unique in biblical novels. . . [ Pontius Pilate ] raises the genre of the historical novel to a plateau it has rarely reached. (Chicago Daily News 2004-06-03)
We commend this book as an exciting supplement to the New Testament itself. (Moody Magazine 2004-06-03) --1
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