Killing Jesus of Nazareth Paperback

by Gordon Kenworthy Reed;

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Killing Jesus of Nazareth

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The killing of Jesus of Nazareth was an act of injustice and evil so great as to stagger the imagination and forever destroy the popular and stubborn myth that human nature is basically good. The killing was out and out assassination. Mob violence was involved. Judicial lynching and miscarriage of justice were also a part of this terrible crime. The ugly scene of the suffering and dying Jesus being taunted by the spiritual leaders of Israel was shocking to say the least. Yet some who saw in Jesus the fulfillment of the promised Messiah, would become the remnant of the "true Israel of God." However, the killing of Jesus was the end result of many interwoven strands of cause and effect which we will explore in this work. The complete story, therefore, has not been told by popular historical writer and television personality, Bill O'Reilly, who attempted a strictly objective, neutral reporting of the immediate facts surrounding Jesus' death. There is so much more to the story than this.

Killing Jesus of Nazareth by Gordon Kenworthy Reed was published by Fortress Book Service in December 2013. The ISBN for Killing Jesus of Nazareth is 9780985289737.

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Details for Killing Jesus of Nazareth

Page last updated 5th January 2014
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherFortress Book Service (December 2013)
Number of Pages250
Thickness13 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4269881
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