The Virgin Shepherdess
A Retelling of the Martyrdom Story of Saint Marina of Antioch, Through the Heart of a Mainstream Christian.
In the year of the Lord, 304 A.D., faith in Jesus Christ is a crime punishable by death, under the rule of the Roman Emperor, Diocletian. Marina, a young shepherdess, rises above the ashes to fearlessly proclaim the truth of all things: Jesus is alive and His Kingdom of Heaven is real! While shadows of darkness lie in wait for Marina's faith to fail, angels of light protect her all the way to the guillotine. The miracles of her martyrdom would deny all reason and logic, only to prove that God's incredible power and righteous judgment still reign on high. Those seeking a revival of faith in the supernatural deity of the Lord will find these pages riveting, inspiring, and full of unceasing hope in His promise of eternal life.
Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 232 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jan 06, 2015)
Genre: RELIGION / Christianity / Catholic