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Four Witnesses: The Early Church in Her Own Words

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Publisher: Ignatius Press
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Format: Paperback
Pages: 343
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If you're like most people, you've probably heard a lot of things about the early Church that just don't seem to make sense. Maybe you've been told that the early Christians were a bunch of radical outcasts who were persecuted by the Romans. Or maybe you've heard that they were nothing more than a secretive cult of fanatics.

Either way, it's easy to feel like we're missing something when it comes to understanding the early Church. But what if you discovered that there is a reliable way to know what the early Church was really like?

Contrary to popular belief, there is a wealth of documentation from the four early Christian witnesses - Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, Justin Martyr, and Irenaeus of Lyons - that can give us a much clearer picture of Christianity in its earliest days.

In his book Four Witnesses: The Early Church in Her Own Words, Rod Bennett brings these fascinating testimonies to life for modern believers. Through the lives of these four great saints of the early Church, we are given an insightful look into the beautiful truths of Christianity that have been lost in time.

This is more than just a history book - it's a journey of discovery that will leave you feeling inspired and hopeful about the future of our faith.

Rod Bennett:

Rod Bennett was, for many years, the editor of Wonder Magazine, a cult-favorite media journal. His writings have appeared in other national publications as well, ranging from Rutherford and Gadfly to Catholic Exchange and Our Sunday Visitor. His first book, "Four Witnesses; The Early Church in Her Own Words", is a best seller from Ignatius Press. His first novel, "The Christus Experiment" was published in November 2012. Rod lives in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee with his wife Dorothy and their two children.