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Jesus: The Cold Case

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Jesus: The Cold Case by Bryan Bruce
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"Excellent book if you want to know the true story of Jesus"
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This book is a must for anyone wanting to know what truly happened to Jesus, his last moments, the Jews, Hitler and the beginning of Auschwitz. Excellently researched and written and entirely readable. Reads like a true cold case and you cant deny the facts.

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The book behind the documentary. For true crime investigator Bryan Bruce the death of Jesus of Nazareth is the ultimate cold case. The two deceptively simple questions, Who killed Jesus? And Why? serve as the starting point for his landmark re-examination of the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of the most famous person in history. His conclusion is that the Gospels' account of the arrest, trial and execution of Jesus is so flawed that the traditional Easter story in which the Jew set Jesus up to be executed by the Romans simply does not make any sense. He argues that it is based on a lie told in the first century by Christian writers and copyists trying to spin-doctor their new religion to appeal to the Romans. In the process they laundered the character of Pilate and darkened the character of the Jews. The terrible outcome of this lie takes us right to the gates of Auschwitz …This deeply researched book is a remarkable achievement, and an extraordinary contribution to the many-layered fascination with life and death of Jesus.

Author Biography

Bryan Bruce is a Wellington TV producer and director with a rock-solid reputation. He won Best Director for Murder They Said on the Tamihere case; A Question Of Justice revealed how Robin Bain could not have murdered his family; and Trial By Ordeal analyzed the Barlow case. He has previously published Hard Cases.
Release date Australia
April 1st, 2010
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Country of Publication
New Zealand
Illustrations
three picture sections
Imprint
Random House New Zealand Ltd
Pages
272
Dimensions
153x233x23
ISBN-13
9781869791971
Product ID
3966873

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