Drama Of The Lost Disciples
by George F. Jowett
One of the most well-written, even captivating, accounts of the events after our Lord's crucifixion. Little-known happenings in the early church, including ties between the early church in Rome and the Royal House of Britain. This is a book that sheds much needed light on events of the New Testament period. Chapter titles include: The Noblis Decurio; Who Moved the Stone At the Tomb; The Exodus of A.D. 36; Gallic Testimony; St. Philip Consecrates Joseph of Arimathea in France; Joseph Becomes the Apostle of Britain; The Edict of Emperor Claudius A.D. 42; Jesus or Jupiter?; The Royal British Founders of the First Christian Church At Rome A.D. 58; Simon Zelotes Martyred In Britain During the Boadician War; The Glorious Cavalcade; St. Paul's Mission In Britain; Good King Lucius Nationalizes the Faith; The Mystery of the Cup of the Last Supper; The End of the Golden Trail. Jowett was a champion Canadian athlete who later devoted his life to historical study. First published in the 1960's, it will remain a classic. We recommend it highly. Softcover 241 pages.