Glastonbury: The Novel of Christian England

Crossway, 23. feb. 2000 - 859 sider

It was a sanctuary from the world--and a silent witness to it all

The first 1,500 years of Christianity's tumultuous history. The clash of cultures. Armies marching. The rise and fall of kingdoms. One language supplanting another. Yet Glastonbury remained a place of serenity, prayer, and reconciliation.

As the legacy of faith passed from generation to generation, each era of believers found refuge in Glastonbury. In its story you will experience the faith that gave Joseph of Arimathea and his family courage to claim new land for Christ. Relive the persecution of St. George and St. Patrick during their captivity under the Roman Empire. Ride along with King Arthur on his historic adventures and discover the spiritual fortitude that enabled him to become the greatest leader of his time. Witness the rekindling of Christianity with St. Augustine of Canterbury. Be inspired by the faith of the remnant in the midst of the Dark Ages. Watch the upheaval under the rule of Henry VIII that led to the Reformation. And as Christianity triumphs over the darkest moments of its history, you may even find your own spiritual roots.

An epic novel of the history of the faith


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Review: Glastonbury: The Novel of Christian England

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What a very, very long, and yet oh so beautiful novel. It was written just gorgeously and somehow shoved 1500 years of the history of Christianity in England into lovely storylines. I miss this book ... Les hele vurderingen

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