Theirs Is The Kingdom

A Fictionalized History of the Early Christian Church

Roberta Damon,

Theirs Is The Kingdom: A Fictionalized History of the Early Christian Church

The year was 43 A.D., only two years after Claudius was installed as emperor of Rome. A century earlier, Caesar attempted to conquer Britain. If Claudius could accomplish what the greatest Roman general had only tried, he would be assured of greatness. As a result of Roman invasion, a British ruling family lead by Caractacus is relocated to Rome where his princess daughter Gladys sparks a romance with a Roman senator. Within this setting a radical Roman named Paul shares the good news of new life offered by a Jewish rabbi who was recently crucified in the occupied territory of Judea yet rumored to be alive.

Roberta Damon skillfully blends historical facts with fictional characters to create a masterful, inspiring and educational read!

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