Jesus Uncovered - At Last!
The Gospel Truth
by David Kehoe
No. words: 138750
Style: Literature and Classics - Religious, Religious
Published: 2 / 2013
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The object of man's first worship were stones. Then the elements ??" wind, rain, water and fire. 4,000 years ago we worshipped the sun. Now, of course, we know better. We have a better understanding of the world. We have, in short, evolved. As man's knowledge increases he has less use for deities. Is it a natural progression for man to outgrow his God, just as he outgrew stones, the sun and fire? Will Christianity suffer the same fate?
Understanding is the key. And allowing the Christian fate to flourish or falter without the mysticism and hidden agenda that engulfs it is paramount. In the novel Gospel Truth, for the first time all the major miracles surrounding Jesus are revealed as false and all questions comprehensibly answered. The reader is brought from cradle to grave to bear witness to a man much misunderstood and a religion that has been manipulated and usurped.
In short, Jesus uncovered... at last.
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A writer and historian long interested in uncovering the truth behind the rumors and myths of our existence.
5.0 out of 5 stars A unique history lesson, 26 Mar 2013
By louise collins - See all my reviewsThis review is from: The Gospel Truth (Paperback)
This review is from: The Gospel Truth (Paperback)
The novel begins as if from an angry professor,before bringing the life and times of Jesus Christ alive like never before . This I imagine is because there is no hidden agenda but the truth . And like all good lecturers you only realize you have been taught when someone raises the subject of religion in passing. Be it the mention of John the baptist ( who is depicted wonderfully as fanatical and visceral) , a disciple ( who are all given individual and very different personalities ) or any of the plethora of would - be - Messiahs that attempted to seize the title " King of the Jews " after Herod the Great's demise .
It is remarkably detailed retelling of the life of Christ , exploring new avenues and asking the reader to open the minds to new possibilities and setting the fantastical to one side ,placing in it's stead a more reasonable and balanced view of the happenings 2000 years ago . But with that simple assertion the author will surely rock the Christian world to it's core . (Amazon.co.uk)