ABOUT BOOK: In Antioch, Stephen’s best friend is crucified for defacing its patron goddess, and the city turns on Jews. He flees to Cyrene. There he meets Simon. Persecution against Jews is worse here. The Gentiles try to keep Stephen out of the market, university and local Olympic games. He decides the only solution is to pass himself off as a Gentile and start a secret synagogue with secret worship. When discovered, Stephen suffers at the hands of both pagan Gentiles and Jews. Simon cannot handle the persecution any longer, so he moves from Cyrene to Jerusalem. When Stephen visits Jerusalem for Passover, he sees Simon carrying the cross of Jesus. They both become Christians and the persecution starts all over again. Stephen decides to move permanently to Jerusalem. Saul goes after them both. They rush to save each other’s lives. ~~~~~ As Stephen takes his final steps toward the stoning pit, he can still hear his father in years past. “Take another step, Son. Now another. Hold your head high. Don’t let them see weakness. You’re doing fine. Now another step. I’m here, Son. I will never leave you. You’re almost home.”
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Also tonight, just for you in my group, I have reduced STEPHEN: UNLIKELY MARTYR to 99c on Amazon for those whose names aren't picked in the drawing.
You can still enter to win the book or tea. Drawing will probably be tomorrow night.
The bag of Egyptian tea would be great. Right now I have a problem with EB's so only a paperback would do. Thanks.
Hi, Jacqueline. Did you know you can download an ebook onto your laptop now? I do that all the time.
But I'll put your name in the hat for PB and tea.
I guess that I did request the pb here earlier. I have a desktop computer so may try that. Thanks.
So, should I put you in the drawing for both formats?
Thanks for a chance to win.
A chance at all three, Galida? Paper, Elec and tea?
Paperback book if not I can also do E-book.