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A shift in time : how historical documents reveal the surprising truth about Jesus

Author: Lena Einhorn
Publisher: New York, NY : Yucca Publishing, [2016]
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lena Einhorn
ISBN: 9781631580994 163158099X
OCLC Number: 914219197
Description: ix, 227 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Contents: Premise one --
Premise two --
On trying to find Jesus in the historical sources --
The timing of events depicted in the gospels --
Chronological enigma one: on Theudas, and other messianic leaders --
Chronological enigma two: of robbers and rebels --
Chronological enigma three: crucifixions --
Chronological enigma four: the conflict between Jews and Samaritans --
Chronological enigma five: Stephen --
People in positions of authority --
Chronological enigma six: the two high priests --
Chronological enigma seven: Pilate vs. Felix --
Chronological enigma eight: the return from Egypt --
Chronological enigma nine: Jesus vs. "the Egyptian" --
The events on the Mount of Olives --
The New Testament, "the Egyptian," and the Sicarii --
Chronological enigma ten: John the Baptist --
Writing on two levels --
Chronological enigma eleven: the raising of the dead --
Chronological enigma twelve: the mad man from Gerasa --
Chronological enigma thirteen: Ananias and Peter --
An alternate role for the New Testament? --
Possible arguments against a time shift --
Nature of the parallels --
Conclusions.
Responsibility: Lena Einhorn.

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"Do we really need another book purporting to dig fresh insights out of the New Testament? The surprising answer provided by A Shift in Time is a resounding,'Yes!'" --Mark Adams, best-selling author Read more...

 
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