Books: From Pentecost to Patmos



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Revolution

The story of the first seventeen years of the Christian faith. This book begins where The Triumph leaves off . . . at Pentecost. You should know that this is not a book for the faint-hearted. Edwards wrote Revolution at age thirty. It is a book which keeps asking the question: “Does the first 17 years of Christian history look anything like the modern-day practice of Christianity?” If you want your Christian practices challenged, this is the book to read. If you are a Christian desperately struggling with the problem of “church,” you will want to read this book.

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The Silas Diary

This book takes up exactly where Revolution ends. It opens with Paul and Barnabas leaving Antioch, until the time they returned four years later. During those four years Paul planted four churches in the Gentile world. When you have finished The Silas Diary you will understand the book of Galatians. In fact, Galatians will come alive to you in Technicolor, 3-D, and stereophonic surround-sound. And if your experience is like others who have read this book you will find yourself saying, “I feel like I was there. I met Paul. I feel like I have met Barnabas. And now I know what it was like to live in the first century. I know the Galatian Christians. I feel like I have been in their homes and gathered with them in their meetings. As to Paul and Barnabas, when they hurt, I hurt; when they were cold, I was cold; when they cried, I cried; when they triumphed over their enemies—the Judaizers, who were trying to destroy those four churches—I stood up and cheered.”

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The Titus Diary

This book takes up where The Silas Diary leaves off, Paul is on his second journey, a journey into Greece. (In those days northern Greece was called Macedonia and southern Greece was called Achaia.) This is the story of Paul in Philippi, Thessalonica, Berea and Corinth. When you have finished this book you will feel as though the lashes received at Philippi landed on your back, that you were in that prison cell when the earthquake came. You will feel you actually visited Corinth and smelled its streets, heard the hawkers in the marketplace, and watched the slaves as they pulled ships across dry land. You will understand their problems as three cultures clashed there in that Corinthian church. You will meet the wonderful Priscilla. Later you will sit in the room with Paul as he writes I Thessalonians. You will be able to pick up I Corinthians and understand every word of it, with perfect clarity.

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The Timothy Diary

The Timothy Diary tells you the story of Paul’s journey, his time in Ephesus and how he trained eight young men to be church planters. In The Timothy Diary Paul’s young Christian companion, Timothy, gives a firsthand account of the third journey, how Paul trains a handful of young men to take his place after his death. Stand beside Timothy as he meets the apostle Peter- “The Rock”! Feel Timothy’s surprise and nervousness as Paul asks him to preach in Solomon’s Colonnade before the entire Jerusalem assembly, including several of the Twelve! Hear Paul’s answers to the very difficult questions posed by the church in Corinth.

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The Priscilla Diary

Hear the stories of Paul’s continued travels to the first-century churches narrated from the unique perspective of Priscilla, a vibrant first-century Christian woman! Paul faces “the darkest days of his entire life” while he frantically searches for the missing Titus. Are Paul’s fears warranted? Has Titus been assassinated in Corinth? Read of the writing of Paul’s most personally revealing letter to the church at Corinth. And marvel at the truths Paul conveys to the church in Rome, a letter “of all that Paul considered central to the Christian life.” In Jerusalem Paul faces his old enemies and stands trial before the Roman and Jewish officials. Paul spends years in jail before the Roman governor issues a ruling that sends Paul to Rome in chains. Paul’s final and most harrowing journey by ship awaits him!

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The Gaius Diary

Gaius tells of the fall of Jerusalem and the martyrdom of Christians torn apart by wild animals in the Coliseum and of others perishing as human torches in Nero’s garden

Near the end of the book Paul’s own death is very movingly described. Despite seemingly overwhelming persecution, the church survives and successfully incorporated Gentile and Jewish Christians with the incredible shepherding of two apostles: Paul (founder of many Gentile churches) and Peter (Jesus’ disciple and head of the Jerusalem church).

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The Triumph

A commentary on John 21 & 22. “Await my command, Michael… Do nothing unless I so order. Do you understand?”

The mightiest of archangels was torn between his rage and the restraining voice of his Lord. Seeing Jesus arrested in Gethsemane and put on trial before Pilate was almost more than Michael – and thousands of other angels – could withstand.

Utterly unable to understand the mystery unfolding before him, Michael accepts an invitation from the wise and ancient Recorder to take a journey beyond space and time. The angels venture forth to comprehend the suffering and death of Jesus, and the mystery of free will in the light of God’s eternal purpose. At last they witness the triumph of Jesus’ resurrection.

Come along and experience for yourself the foundational events of the Christian life. Gain new eyes of faith through this profound, compelling and entertaining drama.

The Triumph is the fourth of a five-book series entitled “The Chronicles of Heaven.” (The Beginning, The Escape, The Birth, The Triumph, The Return.)

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The Return

A commentary on Revelation. Until now. the Return of Christ has been presented in a theological genre.

Lay aside your theological views and enter into the drama of His return. Meet John on Patmos, astronomers on Mt. Palomar, hear the trumpet, see Adam rise first and receive a robe of light, see Satan fall at the feet of the Carpenter, see Death thrown into the pit, and then, in rapturous glory, see Christ take His Bride and the two become one in storms of light.

The Return is the last in a five-book series entitled “The Chronicles of Heaven.” (The Beginning, The Escape, The Birth, The Triumph, The Return.)