BOSTON, Oct. 11, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ –Finally, the true, untold Story of the Wise Men… They were not three kings. Nor were they from the Far East, or even Persia…
“The Wise Men Who Found Christmas” by “New York Times” bestselling author and award-winning broadcast journalist Raymond Arroyo is a thrilling, visual adventure capturing the wonder of the Christmas season, and sharing the true, hidden story of the mysterious Magi, who risked everything to discover the truth.
Based on new historical evidence, “The Wise Men Who Found Christmas” is the miraculous, untold tale of three seekers who followed a star and found themselves in the middle of the greatest story ever told- and in some ways a prequel to Arroyo’s bestselling, The Spider Who Saved Christmas.
This book will help children discover the wonder and awe of the season, and it will renew in the hearts of the faithful the wonder of the Christ Child’s coming. It also reminds readers that only the wise turn their gaze upward and seek truth at all costs.
Jim Caviezel, who portrayed Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ,” enthused: “This beautiful and moving book shines like the Christmas star. Raymond Arroyo reveals the true and inspiring adventure of the Magi, who bravely followed the light given them and found a treasure beyond imagining. This is a journey you and your family would be wise to take.”
Stunningly illustrated by Diane Le Feyer, this enchanting family keepsake is sure to become part of treasured Christmas traditions—and a reminder that chasing truth is often the greatest adventure of all.
“The Wise Men Who Found Christmas” is part of Arroyo’s larger “Legend Series” of planned self-contained, episodic stories.
Rachel Campos Duffy, “New York Times” bestselling author, “Fox & Friends” weekend co-host, reviewed: “The story of the Three Wise Men is one of the most beloved and meaningful parts of the nativity story. Now, in this beautiful book, Raymond Arroyo is sharing the true Magi story with everyone. It will surely inspire all readers to adopt the lessons and traditions of Three Kings Day—and keep the Christmas spirit alive for all 12 days of Christmas.”
Amid the hustle and bustle of the season, the Magi show us that there is a deeper Light that is worth seeking out and finding.
SOURCE Sophia Institute Press