John's story becomes vividly real as Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye team up once again to take you on the pivotal journey of John as he witnesses Jesus' miracles and messages. John is called upon by God to document Jesus' life. Even though John experiences his own persecution and torment, he perseveres to record his eyewitness account of Jesus, the life that changes the course of history even two thousand years later.
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Date:July 4, 2010
As a homeschooling mother teaching my 12 year old son about the Roman Empire, I decided to give this book a read aloud so he could experience John's story as well as the culture Christianity grew up in. It was well worth the read. My son did Legos while I read it aloud before bedtime. He listened intently to the story, and we talked about the Roman culture brought out in the book, as well as the Apostle John and the stories insights of what he must have lived through. As usual, Jenkins brings the story to life quite realistically, and yet weaves a tread of fiction into the facts without leaving out the word of God and it's truth. The book made a great unit study on Roman culture, the city of Ephesus and Emperor Nero as well.