Uncover the 2,000 year-old secret about how an inconsequential Jewish cult in a remote Roman province utterly transformed the world -- and how Christians can do it again.
Two thousand years ago, in a back-water Roman province, a rag-tag group of powerless fishermen committed themselves to a movement they called The Way. Within decades, it became the globe's central religion -- the leading force in culture, politics, literature, science, philanthropy, and the arts. Against impossible odds, they astonished the world. Yet today -- particularly in the media -- Christians are dismissed as irrelevant. Authors Phil Cooke and Jonathan Bock discover seven unique traits of the members of the early Church that made such improbable and staggering growth possible. Based on these seven core beliefs, The Way Back inspires and motivates modern believers to get their priorities together to once again become vessels God can use to do extraordinary things here on Earth.