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Most interesting speculation. Will be interested to see if further research is allowed to confirm hypothesis.Published 5 days ago by James R Latham
He could have made his thesis in fewer words. Tends to repeat, but well documented and fascinating with lots of history of the area.Published 3 months ago by Mary R Anderson
Over the years, there have been many “Gee Whiz Jesus Books” (GWJB). These literary ventures all come with a claim that they bring “shocking new revelations” which either were... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gregory
Tabor has added a good additional chapter to his previous work that updates his previous work with more recent archaeology. Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. C. Brayshaw
the claims are wild and unsubstantiated. Your faith will be challenged with mere speculations. The author uses the bible to support his claim in a deceptive manner and disqualify... Read morePublished 6 months ago by lesly germain
Tabor is a highly readable author. I thoroughly enjoyed this title. I raised an eyebrow at some of his arguments and claims, but he gave me several good tidbits for further... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Deborah Halter
This work is hodgepodge of supposition, conjecture, and deceit. If Tabor had lived in Jerusalem during the days of Jesus, Tabor would be one of those cheering for the crusifiction. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer