To the Ends of the Earth

To the Ends of the Earth

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Thomas Nelson

The bestselling author of The Quilt weaves together a tale of political, religious, and personal conflict during the rise of Christianity. A Carthaginian merchant journeys to Constantinople to find riches and power, but finds a ruthless government ruling in the name of Christendom.


The bestselling author of The Quilt weaves together a tale of political, religious, and personal conflict during the rise of Christianity. A Carthaginian merchant journeys to Constantinople to find riches and power, but finds a ruthless government ruling in the name of Christendom.

Baker & Taylor
In a story set in the Roman Empire following the death of the emperor Constantine, power struggles erupt in the outer reaches of the empire and Travis and his father Cletus, who manage a Roman consul's estate in Africa, fight to stay alive

Publisher: Nashville : T. Nelson, [1996]
Copyright Date: ©1996
ISBN: 9780785278986
0785278982
9780785272144
0785272143
Branch Call Number: CHR Bunn, T 1996
Characteristics: xiii, 335 pages : maps ; 24 cm

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