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Book NewsPaul Trittin: Highlights

“Jacobus” by Paul Trittin also probes themes of identity and faith

Paul Trittin’s book Jacobus has been a wonderful read for many.

In the book, he probes themes of identity, belief, and faith. This leads to the main character’s life being deeply transformed with the arrival of a prophet named Jesus of Nazareth.

The novel also presents a preface written by Dr. Marvin G. Baker, who explains the historical context of eunuchs relative to the time of Jesus.

This brings the reader to Trittin’s historical tale of “a young, precocious, Jewish boy” who witnesses and experiences a politically charged and complex biblical region.

The book can be purchased via our online bookstore.

Jay Hogarth

Jay Hogarth is ARPress' resident content manager, responsible for all public-facing information posted on this blog and on the main site.

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