Writing "Ambrose: A Modern Rendition," helped deepen my Catholic faith, which'd been wavering for quite some time. Ambrose was indifferent--perhaps antagonistic--to religion, despite having learned its stories as a child. Yet, somehow his adult studies brought things together for him.
As an author, I found it difficult writing reasons--first against, then for, belief in the Christian tradition. This project helped me to understand this faith, and perhaps--perhaps that's why I wrote it. Of course, I like to think that God commissioned me to write it--you'll understand that if you read his story.
M. W. Wolf