The Robe - Chapters XVIII through XX Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XVIII through XX Summary

Marcellus admits to Paulus that he isn't certain what to think of the stories being told by the Christians about Jesus. Paulus warns Marcellus that there will soon be a series of arrests of Christians because their numbers are growing and they cannot be ignored. He says they've prompted the anger of officials because they are no longer tithing at the temples and that they patronize only each other in business. Paulus says that unless a business owner has a fish on his doorway, he might as well not open for business. Paulus warns Marcellus to leave the country but Marcellus refuses to do so until he's satisfied as to the validity of the story that Jesus has risen from the tomb. Marcellus travels to Jerusalem, cited by Paulus as the place many Christians are openly worshiping...

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