A Tale of Ancient Rome brings to the fore the true essence of the Christian race. The history of the writing itself is illustrative of the route through which Faith has come from Christ to the present time: the route that has wound through shame and ridicule, but which, like the hero of the tale, is bound to lead to glory.
To the many adherents of the faith who still wonder where devotion and dedication fled, and to those who joined the race out of a longing for satisfaction for their hungry souls, but who have since been fed hay and rye, this book is a single ray piercing through a dark cloud. It brings Christianity out of it's brittle contemporary cast, and put it in it's true perspective of hope and joy and tears and truth and grace.
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excellent story of early Christans
Short listen. i could not stop listening until the book had ended. It was very well narrated.