If you’ve never read…

When I was first teaching in seminary, we brought in Robert Banks who spoke on a book he had just written, but he also spoke with me about a book called Going to Church in the First Century and if you’ve not read it, it is worth it. It is a story of Publius going to church in the first century in Rome. Very short (maybe about 50 pages); fiction; wood cut images. Suggestive of all sorts of things. I’ve been recommending it for a long, long time.

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  • word up, Doc.That is a great book. It really helped us in planning a first-century-esque communion service at church a few months ago.