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Empire's End

A Novel of the Apostle Paul
Narrated by: David Cochran Heath
Length: 8 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (81 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Is church history about to be rewritten? Contrary to the teachings of church history, do recently discovered ancient parchments indicate Paul - not Peter - was the first Pope?

Crucial pages of the Apostle Paul's parchments have gone missing, and rumors of their contents have the world reeling. Dr. Augie Knox is on a quest to find the pages that reveal what God Himself taught the man who would become the greatest apologist in the history of the Christian church.

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Once you start hard to stop before you finish!

The story is very well-written and the narrator is excellent. I always was sorry when I had to put it down and couldn't wait to pick it up again. Good ending too.

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PAUL WALKS WITH GOD

What a great book! It started off slow, but not too far into it I realized I was hanging on every word. Paul suffers much but never complains. He walks with God, and he comes alive in this book. I highly recommend it.

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Wonderful

I have so enjoyed Jerry Jenkins later works. He again is thought provoking as he was in the prequel to to this work

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Not as described

I'm frustrated because I thought this was a continuation of "I, Saul". The description even sounded that way. It is not. The mystery and actual story of "I, Saul" was much much better. I'm very dissapointed.