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Kingdom of fools: The unlikely rise of the early Church

Kingdom of fools: The unlikely rise of the early Church
Nick Page turns his insightful eye towards the Early Church and asks the question: how did a Kingdom of Fools conquer the mighty Roman Empire?
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ISBN/EAN: 9780340996263
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Publisher: HODDER
Author: Page Nick
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Fishermen, tax collectors and renegade Pharisees; these were the people who led the Early Church. In shunning the authority of the Temple and Rome, whilst welcoming slaves, women, the poor and the uneducated, the Roman rulers and writers mocked the first Christians. Yet Paul who himself was a Rome citizen and ex-Pharisee said God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise. In the style of a biography, Nick Page lays out the historical facts and the archaeological evidence to paints a picture of what it was like to be a first century Christian under Roman occupation. Why was this new branch of the Jewish faith so hard to comprehend? How did they grow instead of wither? And how did they topple the Roman Empire?
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