What must the disciples have thought during the Passion of Jesus Christ? Imagine their despair when they saw Jesus captured and crucified by the Romans. These frightened, ordinary men must have agonized when Jesus died on the cross. What changed in these men to allow them to go forth into the world and spread Christianity without fear? Doubting Thomas: Disciple and Apostle tells the story of the three days between Christ's crucifixion and resurrection from the perspective of the disciple Thomas. Thomas's relationships with the other disciples strain as he doubts the divinity of Jesus until the very end. Doubting Thomas offers a unique twist on a familiar story. Thomas wrestles with doubts that many, Christians and non-Christians alike, face every day. Follow Thomas as he discovers the true meaning of faith in Christ and gains the courage to go forth and spread God's Word.
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