15 Aug Bone Boxes: A Historical Novel, by Skip Ball
I want to give all of my regular readers the opportunity to get a copy of a great just-released book. Bone Boxes by my friend, Skip Ball is a super engaging historical novel that touches on many important Christian themes such of the resurrection of Christ and Christian martyrdom. Here is a brief summary from the author:
A mysterious text appears in the crucifixion account of Mathew 27:52-53. Yeshua’s death was not the end but the beginning. Immediately the sky turns black, an earthquake rocks the ancient city of Yerushalayim while life surges through dead bodies entombed on a nearby hillside. We follow three resurrected people: a murdered child, a beautiful prostitute rescued from a stoning and a prisoner ravaged by demons. They return as Rome executes a campaign to destroy Yeshua’s followers. Surrounded by mystery and supernatural battles, these followers will face a cross of their own in Rome’s amphitheater. A gold ring from Caesar’s household is found in one tomb. The emperor is determined to expose this false messiah as a hoax. They chose to follow Yeshua HaMashiach, regardless of the cost. They become indisputable witnesses to the power of the resurrection in a darkening world. Their choices in Rome’s Amphitheater symbolize the foundation of the 1st century church.
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