"From the Trade Paperback edition."
Freeman's book is like a well worn tale that lacks the rigour of serious historical study. He makes sweeping claims about Christian belief that are simply false and offers vague... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Rev N
I enjoyed Charles Freeman's book. However a good dose of Roman cynicism, as conveyed by Tom Holland in his best selling Rubicon, brought me back down to earth, and I thought:... Read morePublished 10 months ago by MJM
I loved this book. It put into elegant language thoughts that had been unorganized in my mind for a long time. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dave in California
On time, and in a very good condition, better than described. Made the whole exercise very rewarding. Strongly recommend this sellerPublished 18 months ago by Adeel Kazi
Brought this book for my college work, came in very handy. Will also need it again in the future for my next coursePublished 23 months ago by Lisa Mathew
The subject matter is very interesting, and the book is very well written. As for the condition of the book, it is in reasonable condition, given it is second-hand.Published on 21 Aug. 2013 by Eddie Saunders
Much of what Mr. Freeman says is rooted in historical fact, but unfortunately, in fairly undermining the power and integrity of the Churches of Christendom, he seems to miss the... Read morePublished on 9 Jan. 2013 by derryhawk