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Replenish The Earth by Philip Michael Bulman

Replenish The Earth

by Philip Michael Bulman

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"Later generations would call it the Great Persecution. In the year 303 the Roman Emperor Diocletian set out to destroy christianity. Replenish the earth is a riveting tale that gives you an intimate view of members of a small Christian community as they struggle to survive on of the most vivious assaults in human history."

The book was well written, I only gave it three stars because it just wasn't my cup of tea. I received this from LibraryThing. ( )
  Draak | Jun 29, 2012 |
This was a great snap shot of a brief time in the history of the Christian Church. I appreciated the spiritual aspect of the book, but really longed for more history to be worked into the story. ( )
  meldridge | Jun 21, 2012 |
I won this book through Librarything Early Reviewers.

This was an okay book. Interesting historical fiction, certainly a subject I’ve never considered before, but there wasn’t much character development so it was a bit of a dull read. ( )
  ungoliant | Jun 11, 2012 |
Based off of the tying times of the Great Persecution, the fledging Christian religion is staying afloat by characters such as Linus; a scribe within the pagan emperor palace and Priscilla; a member of King of Kings church community. This novel is an interesting view of the day to day activities that the church faced, and how people reacted to discrimination. Great read; one that can be used in a secular or a religious sense. ( )
  kristincedar | Feb 25, 2012 |
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In February of the year 303, the Roman emperor Diocletian issued the first in a series of edicts designed to destroy Christianity. Striking at the heart of the church, the measure banned Christian worship and ordered the Roman legions to destroy churches and scriptures. This novel opens on the day the first edict was issued. It follows Linus and Priscilla, two members of a small Christian community, through what church historians would later come to call the Great Persecution. Replenish The Earth is a thriller that takes you into the heart of a Christian community and its heroic resistance to persecution.
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