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Well written and entertaining but the bibliography quotes authors as authorities who follow histories that are questionable and in my opinion affects the credibility of this book.Published 5 months ago by mr awesome
An absolutely brilliant, intelligent, historical, eye opening and fun read! If you're like me and enjoy reading about historical, religous and/or Roman life, this is a must read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paul Alsip
Excellent telling of the story about the shift from polytheist to monotheist society, completely riveting and fascinating.Published 9 months ago by Sdub
A most interesting point of view... that explains many important items in history...Published 10 months ago by Charles de Tonnay
I bought this book because I believe that the struggle between monotheism and polytheism has been such a decisive factor in the destiny of humankind, and was disappointed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by D Walls
A really good study of the historical battle zone between Polytheistic Heathenry and Monotheistic Middle Eastern Christianity. Comprehensive and historically sound. RecommendedPublished 13 months ago by Leif Njordsson
This is an interesting history of conflict between religions with a focus on that warfare specific to monotheism versus polytheism. Read morePublished 15 months ago by William S Jamison
A great book for believers and non believers! More of a history of gods than religion itself. You will not find and support for any beliefs, just the history.Published on July 15, 2014 by Jack M. Shelby