Can Christianity save Rome?
It is a chaotic time with the Roman Republic being overwhelmed by an insidious Empire and Caesars being proclaimed Gods when a visionary ex-Senator embarks on a lifelong path to salvation. While envisioning a better future, Proculus forms a plan, Propositum, to merge Judaism with Rome in order to create a more sustainable and compassionate government.
From just before Saul's vision to the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in 72 AD, this epic story delivers an intriguing and illuminatingview of the founding of Christianity.
Praise for Propositum:
Sean's storytelling, backed by his thorough research, makes this tale a credible alternative, not only to the myths in the Gospels, but to the very idea of a historical Christ. Fictional characters and historical figures come alive against the lush backdrop of the early Roman Empire. – Greg Reeder
Sean Curley's portrayal of the birth of Christianity challenges what the traditional texts have taught us, and does so in a way where the reader travels alongside the characters in their travails to save the Republic. – David Gerring
Propositum transports the reader to the Roman Empire starting in 30 AD, and sets up a plot that intertwines historical figures such as the biblical Paul with enough well-drawn fictional characters to push the action along. The prose issmooth, the pages turn fast, and the story winds its way to its inevitable conclusion. – Richard Berg
Propositum grabs you from the beginning with a story full of intrigue and suspense. The story draws you in with characters you care about and history you want to know more about. Sean Curley's writing is enjoyable to read with a mixture of good storytelling and looking at an old story in a new way. – Jacqueline Sene
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About the Author
Mr. Curley is a quintessential renaissance man with interests in writing, computer science, philosophy, religious history, space studies, management, public speaking, and travel. His writing spans parenting, the founding of Christianity, personal reflections, genealogy, and personal essays and substantive letters. Mr. Curley lives in Colorado with his children.