Luke’s narrative of the eventful sea-voyage of the Apostle Paul from Caesarea to Rome, contained in chapters 25 to 28 of the Acts of the Apostles, is brought vividly to life in the pages of this book, with authoritative insights into key issues such as the shipping and commerce of the ancient world, the weather conditions and topography of the Mediterranean, and the precise identification of the place of Paul’s shipwreck on Malta. At the same time, a fascinating picture emerges of the growing first-century Christian community, with pen portraits of Paul’s helpers, of Luke ‘the beloved physician’, and of the centurion Julius, who successfully conveyed Paul and Luke to Rome through many adventures.
The author provides a memorable retelling of  key moment in the progress of early Christianity from Judea into the very heart of the Roman Empire.


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Author(s): Tom Barling
Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 0951799290
Pages: 140
Publisher: The Testimony


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