In The Apostasy that Wasn’t, Rod Bennett follows up his best seller Four
Witnesses with an account of the historical events that led him out of
his own belief in apostasy theory and into the Catholic Church. With
the touch of a master storyteller, he narrates the drama of the early
Church’s fight to preserve Christian orthodoxy intact even as powerful
forces tried to smash it to pieces.
Amid imperial intrigue, military menace, and bitter theological
debate, a hero arises in the form of a homely little monk named
Athanasius, who stands against the world to prove that there could
never be a Great Apostasy—because Jesus promised his Church
would never be broken.