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Dr. Paul L. Maier is the Russell H. Seibert Professor of Ancient History at Western Michigan University. He is also a historical novelist and serves as Second Vice President of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod.
I took a History at Western Michigan that Dr. Maier taught in the 1980's> I can still remember details of his lectures. He has a gift to tell a good story. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2004
I've never been a big fan of Christian fiction, as I usually read books on Christian theology, philosophy, history, and apologetics. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2003 by Rob Nowogorski
I really enjoyed this book. I picked it up because I'm interested in historical fiction, and the cover caught my eye. Read morePublished on May 2 2002 by Imperial Topaz
This book makes you ask yourself, "If what is happening in this story really happened where would I be in my faith walk?" Very perplexing. Well written. Read morePublished on April 18 2002 by Deborah L. Woodstuff
I wasn't sure as I started to read this book if the publisher was a Christian house or not, so I wasn't sure (but suspected) how it would end, knowing it before hand probably makes... Read morePublished on Oct. 22 2001 by Michael Beverly
This is the first novel I read by Mr. Maier and was extremely pleased. It is useless in telling what the plot is about since others have explained it and the main review gives it... Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2001 by Matthew Faulk
This is one of the best fiction thrillers that I have ever read and, even though I am also a theologian, I found myself questioning the basis of our belief system, not only in... Read morePublished on July 30 2001
What would happen if archaeology were to find Jesus' bones? That's the basis for this Christian thriller. Dr. Jonathan Weber has made this startling discovery. Read morePublished on April 4 2001 by Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers