Bread and Stone, Cheryl Toliver
Cheryl Toliver

Bread and Stone

In AD 30, Valerio Tullus and his Jerusalem household are shaken by an earthquake, but more so by Yeshua, a Galilean rabbi proclaiming God’s coming kingdom and generating opposition from Jewish and Roman leaders. With Leah, a young Jewish woman Valerio has come to love, he recognizes God’s compassion in Yeshua, but they wonder — will their love for one another survive the coming of God’s new kingdom? And what will happen to Yeshua?
467 printed pages


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