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Comment by CBM Christian Book Marketing on Saturday

Christopher D. Stanley, a New Testament scholar who specializes in the social and religious history of early Christianity, brings the world of Paul and the early church to life in his new historical fiction trilogy, “A Slave’s Story.”  See how you can win a free Kindle copy of the first book in the series! 
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The first two books, A Rooster for Asklepios and A Bull for Pluto, follow the lives of two men at opposite ends of the social structure, a slave and an aristocrat, as they journey across first-century Asia Minor (modern Turkey) in a desperate quest for healing.  
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Religion—Greek, Roman, Jewish, and Christian—plays a vital role in the series as Stanley paints a realistic and historically accurate picture of the competition that the apostle Paul faced as he sought to spread the message about Jesus in a pagan culture.  Along the way, he helps readers to see how odd Christianity appeared in a world where the worship of many gods was woven into every facet of life and the idea of a Jewish Messiah bringing salvation from sin and judgment was a foreign concept.  

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Countless other aspects of life in the Roman world are vividly illustrated in this fascinating and well-researched series that is receiving five-star reviews on Amazon from both scholars and ordinary readers.  The reviews, which include more information about the contents of the books and their relevance for early Christianity, can be viewed 
A Rooster for Asklepios: A Slave's Story, Book 1 and at A Bull For Pluto: A Slave's Story, Book 2.  
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Comment by Kimberly Anne Bell on October 18, 2021 at 11:35am

In my most recent interview on GEMS,I enjoyed having the opportunity to connect with others. It is a podcast about educating, inspiring and motivating others with powerful stories that make an impact in people’s lives. It features real and authentic conversations and words of healing and inspiration.
https://kimberlyannebell.com/words-of-healing-from-painful-memories/

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Comment by Barbara Stevens on September 18, 2021 at 11:16am

From my mothers' side, I am the second eldest to five children.  I was the one that was scared of my mothers' wrath, so I would not do anything to make my mother mad because whatever was in front o her, she would use to knock the hell out of us.  I was scared of pain and my six-feet two inches tall mother.  A person who still is five-six, still frightened of my mother, only meaning she has never heard a curse word come out of my mouth.  As we were going over some of those days, I realized, omg, I thought I was the good one.  You have to read to get all the goodies.

Comment by Barbara Stevens on September 18, 2021 at 11:11am

   So I am trying to understand how you can ask the victim to come forth about what is going on with you if you do not take what she says to you seriously?

    I felt so bad for this victim, she came to me and told me how she came forth about what happened to her, and they made her feel so bad.  She said, "I wish I would have kept it to myself. But, it was easier than dealing with people who do not understand what you are going through.  That young lady is the reason why I wrote this book.  Don't ever make a victim feel bad for telling you what she went through.  We can't have survivors until victims come out and tell us.

Comment by Barbara Stevens on September 18, 2021 at 11:06am

I thought that if you have seen the house where they live, you can feel why I would have a tree phobia and wanted to get off that land.

    You have to see the picture. This is their land, and it was like 3/4 mile inside the woods, not up the road, inside the woods.

    Because their grandparents lived there for more than 64-years, his mother, a pastor, got away with coercion, insisting on this almost murdering me.  Yes, he tried to kill me, and she knew; she came in the house after I screamed out the back door, "Help me."  I begged her to her face, "Please help me."  It broke my heart to watch his mother go out the door without saying one word to her son; I felt like she wanted him to kill me.

Comment by Barbara Stevens on September 18, 2021 at 10:58am

      You would think being married to a reverend and having a mother-in-law as a pastor of her church, grandfather deacon for 50-years and don't know how long his grandmother was a reverend, that it would be a great place to live with some Christian folks. 

     We had it all set up; every time he preaches, I sing a song.  However, when his mother put him on the pulpit with her, he wasn't ready.  He did not know how to tell her that he couldn't be up there yet.  So he tried to enlist me into the pulpit, and I said, "No, my calling will not come from you all; it has to come from God."  I was not in the habit of fronting on God.

     But as days went by, the teaching he taught me for two years forgot to surface with his actions.  It was nothing like we studied; everything he did was contrary to what God wanted for man-husbands. 

     I did not have a hard time living a Christian lifestyle; I just had a hard time believing that a "reverend" and "pastor" could lead double lives and be good with it.

    When I heard his grandfather working, I ran out that back door because he never had a problem telling his grandson he was wrong. But, unfortunately, I could not make it downstairs because he caught me and threw me back in the house. He picked up a two-by-four and swung at my head. A good thing I grabbed one of the kitchen chairs that were sitting to the left side of me, or else I would not be typing this right now.

    I remember him asking me, "How can I make the people come to bible study if my wife doesn't come to church?"  I responded with, "How can you teach bible study if you have not picked up a bible all week?  But you didn't have a problem cursing me out, though."

    His mother said, "Let's pray."  I said, "Find me a preacher." What shocked me; she told me, "It's because you're not my daughter is why I don't care about what he does to you."  She also said, "You deserve everything that you get."   He admitted to his mother on July 1, 2001, at 10:30 p.m. I can remember a specific date because the church first heard him preach; he preached, "Can I get a witness."  This is the first time he tried to kill me on that land and raped me, and she did nothing.  Yes, she owed a duty to my daughters and me because she was his mother's landlord; she should have told me that he was violent.  We lived in a trailer with no lights, water with none of the essentials.  At that time, that was better than living in a house full of giant black bugs that fly, scary.

Comment by Barbara Stevens on September 18, 2021 at 6:30am
 

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