A.D. The Revolution That Changed the World brings the political intrigue, religious persecution, and emotional turmoil of the Book of Acts to life. Beginning with the Crucifixion, Dr. Jeremiah chronicles Christ’s disciples following
the Resurrection. From the brutal stoning of Stephen, and the radical conversion of Saul, through the unyielding persecution of Peter and the relentless wrath of Pilate, we discover a magnificent portrait of the political and religious upheaval that lead to the formation of the early church.
This book is complete with helpful background information about the characters, culture, and traditions as well. It is an illuminating exploration into one of the most significant chapters in world history. Twelve Chapters including: The Day God Died, From Grief to Glory, Wind and Fire, Opportunity and Opposition, The Man Who Saw the Light, Stormy Beginnings, A Wall Comes Down, and more. 240 pgs.