A Stone Laid in Zion

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Xulon Press, Mar 1, 2003 - Religion - 324 pages
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A biblical historical novel about Jesus Christ, Pontius Pilate, and his reputed wife, Claudia Procula.
  

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Contents

Thunder at Dawn
13
Sebastos
15
Man and Governor
17
Religion Disillusion and Philosophy
23
The Fates and Fortune
29
Heroes Gods and Poetry
33
The Perfect Woman
37
On Marriage and the Almost Perfect Wife
41
Last Minute Preparations
181
A Busy Day
185
A Private Dinner Party
187
A Reformed Tax Collector and Some Unanswered Questions
195
A Night of Interrogation
199
The Glorious Vision
205
The Gloomy Prediction
207
Table Talk
211

Between Sea and Harbor
47
At Dockside
51
The Temple and the Gods
53
The Bride of the Jealous God
55
The Episode of the Ensigns
59
A Cornerstone that Bears the Name of Pilate
63
Harbor Entrance and Aqueduct
65
The Imitator of Herod the Great
67
The Water Project and the Secret Agreement
69
The Dedication and the Interrupted Tour
75
The Aqueduct Affair
79
Two Views on Parenting
83
The Disillusioned Wife
85
The Threat of the Messiah
89
The Barabbas Case and the Nazarene Contigency
91
Goodby to the Gods
99
On SelfControl and Discretion
101
A Friend Who Brings New Hope
103
A Lack of Sensitivity
111
Defending a Friendship
117
At the Post in Antipatris
121
A Wild Ass and a Lost Ark
123
A Priest Who Gets His Way by Doing Nothing
131
Jesus Will Come
139
A Devious Daughter of the Claudians
143
At the Way Station
147
A Complaining Camel and a Wild Ride
149
A Most Uneasy Seat
155
A Singing Serpent
157
Two Views and a Sudden Stampede
165
The Promise Given
171
Stones and Blood
215
Up from the Baths
217
A Late Visitor
219
The Interrupted Proceedings
223
A Most Unlikely King
227
A Man Who Wants to Die and My Attempts to Save Him
229
The Unfinished Dream
233
A Scheme that Fails
235
The Whipping Post
237
The Sight of Blood
239
A God With Knobby Knees
241
I Wash My Hands
245
An Awful Omen and an Accusation
253
Gods Do Not Bleed
259
The Darkness and the Earthquake
265
A Torrent of Blood and Earthquake Damage
269
A Most UnRoman Weakness
273
My Husband Has Blood on His Hands
277
Dont Touch Me
281
A Detailed Report
283
A Request Denied
287
I Did the Best I Could
289
A Puzzling Prediction
293
Another Tremor and an Empty Tomb
295
Two Impossible Explanations
299
Rumors of a Resurrection
305
After Herods Banquet
309
Joanna Takes Her Stand
313
The Promise Renewed
317
Going Home Tomorrow
321
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