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Through the Fire by David Phillips

Antipas, an important figure at the end of the First Century, comes to life in this historical novel. His name appears at the very end of the New Testament.
This book examines the historical city of Pergamum, with social and societal interactions between rich and poor, Romans, Greeks and Jews, slaves and free. Antipas and his granddaughter Miriam have escaped Jerusalem’s destruction in 70 AD, thinking they are now safely established in the city of Pergamum, located in the Province of Asia Minor.
Major themes in the novel include: healing, forgiveness, religious tension between early Christians and Greek temples and gods, persecution by Roman Authorities and Jewish traditions becoming incorporated into the new Christian faith.

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