In Converts and Kingdoms, historian Diane Moczar tells the story of early Christianity's faith, courage, and cunning, chronicling the labors of missionaries and martyrs (with no small help from Providence) to spread the gospel and lay the foundation for the most magnificent culture human history has ever known.
Be inspired by the convert-makers of the past, and to learn from them how to win the world anew for Christ.
With her stirring narrative style, Dr. Moczar reveals a young Church ardently occupied with the great work of conversion: with saints and generals, priests and kings alike filled with zeal to make disciples of all nations. From the Roman temples to the Aztec altars, you will encounter heroic tales of the faith and conversion.
Within these pages you will find not only the story of the Church's early missionary efforts but also an analysis of why they succeeded: providing you valuable lessons for re-evangelizing a modern West that has slipped into a new and insidious form of paganism.