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The apostle Paul is dead, executed by the emperor Nero. When news of the apostle Peter’s arrest reaches Yohanan, also known as Mark, he decides the time has come for him to leave Rome. However, before he can board a ship to Cyrene, the city of his birth, he receives a divine call to become a servant of the word — someone who can retell the account of Jesus.

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Published September 1st 2017 by Ben Chenoweth
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David Alexander
Jan 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Emperor Nero is burning Christians alive, but John Mark has to go to Rome to find one of the eyewitness account holders.

Chenoweth is back with his best yet.
He deftly captures the feel and flavor of first century Rome and Jerusalem. It feels like you are actually there. The story centers around John Mark as he takes down notes from a church elder to write the Gospel according to Mark, all the while been pursued by vigilantes trying to turn him over to the Romans to be crucified.
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Ben lives in Melbourne, Australia, with his wife and two children. He currently works at the Melbourne School of Theology as their eLearning Coordinator. He enjoys reading, writing, music and playing computer games in equal measures. He has an interest in the intersection between theology and the arts, and to that end has written a play based on the life of Saul, a musical based on the Biblical bo ...more

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