I recently read some of Bercots articles etc... In many ways I think they are astonishing, especially concerning moral practices among the early church, which have affirmed me in things I believe for a long time but struggled to live up to, because everybody around me didn´t bother about it (for example refusing worldly entertainment, sports etc...)...Now reading some of the reviews on amazon, I was quite shocked: Many people talk as if David Bercot would speak out for joining the Catholic or Orthodox Church...Is that true??? If so, I really have to consider if I would continue reading anything of his works, because in my opinion those churches truly are full of heresy and idolatry...
Maybe there reviewers are getting their toes stepped on? When this happens they will often times work to discredit the speaker. Just know that truth is not popular.I think Bercot has a very interesting perspective of things. By training he is an attorney. This may help you understand his approach to history...God bless.
The kingdom that turned the world upside down is a must read for the factual information contained in it. I had no idea the history of Constantine and Rome before reading this book. I just knew something was wrong with popular Christendom and it didn't look much like the New Testament. With that said, the brother does sometimes go overboard in the other direction. I have a copy of will the real heretics please stand up, but haven't read it after seeing how he over-generalizes and exaggerates those of opposing viewpoints.