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Quo Vadis

Summary: Quo Vadis is a novel written by Henryk Sienkiewicz. It is written in Rome in the time of the reign of the emperor Nero. This was a period of persecution of the Christians in the Roman empire. They were very severely persecuted by Nero and treated very inhumanely.

Quo Vadis is a novel written by Henryk Sienkiewicz. It is written in Rome in the time of the reign of the emperor Nero. This was a period of persecution of the Christians in the Roman empire. They were very severely persecuted by Nero and treated very inhumanely. It was very dangerous to be a Christian during this time period. This all being true, during this time period there were people everywhere believing in Christ and risking their lives for their faith. The theme of this book is expressed through the title of the book Quo Vadis. This is Latin so I will tell you that it means "Where do you go." This is a phrase which is used in the Bible in John 16:5 and also in the book of Acts. It is also asked by Peter to Jesus in John 13:36 when he asks where he is going...

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