Sabellius in Rome [NOOK Book]

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The second in this series of historical novels about the great evangelist and theologian. Sabellius becomes a young pastor in Rome. His life is dramatically affected when his father, Aristaeus, is lost at sea during a violent storm. Portia, his young and beautiful mother, a lady with high connections, shows up in Rome, determined to search for her husband. Plautianus, a distant cousin and boyhood sweetheart of hers, determines to help Portia, but there is a price tag. When Portia visits his palace, she is ...
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Sabellius in Rome

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Overview

The second in this series of historical novels about the great evangelist and theologian. Sabellius becomes a young pastor in Rome. His life is dramatically affected when his father, Aristaeus, is lost at sea during a violent storm. Portia, his young and beautiful mother, a lady with high connections, shows up in Rome, determined to search for her husband. Plautianus, a distant cousin and boyhood sweetheart of hers, determines to help Portia, but there is a price tag. When Portia visits his palace, she is disgraced by the powerful Roman. Only the prayers of her daughter-in-law Lydia and the compassion of Bishop Zephyrinus helps her out of her immediate situation. Portia struggles with the shame of the incident with her own family turning against her at times. The search for her husband comes to a startling climax in the midst of a raging storm at sea. Dramatic and suspenseful meetings with pirates, military officers, and God will change all of their lives. This novel demonstrates that the present and future cannot separate us from the love of God, but the past can.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977629749
  • Publisher: Bradley Hilton
  • Publication date: 11/29/2010
  • Series: Sabellius, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 367
  • File size: 1,023 KB

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