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Jesus, King of Israel - Samaritan Blood and the Kingdom at Shiloh (Paperback) Loot Price: R334
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Jesus, King of Israel - Samaritan Blood and the Kingdom at Shiloh (Paperback): J. S. Tyson
Jesus, King of Israel - Samaritan Blood and the Kingdom at Shiloh (Paperback): J. S. Tyson

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Jesus, King of Israel - Samaritan Blood and the Kingdom at Shiloh (Paperback)

J. S. Tyson

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Is there any biblical evidence to support the recent influx of 'Jesus, Mary, and child' stories? Do books like The Da Vinci Code only scratch the surface of an ancient 'truth' that was suppressed even by the time of St. Paul? J. S. Tyson, MA, Fellow of the University of British Columbia, and author of Black Magick Woman: The Sinister Side of the Song of Solomon, has conducted over seven years of postgraduate study into the Gospel According to John. This has culminated in one of the most intriguing perceptions of the historical Jesus for decades. The gospel text we attribute to John tells the story of Jesus, the royal pretender, the self-appointed high priest of an idealized, united Israel. Its subversive messages to a distinct audience were denounced by Paul, and its promoters deemed heretic and dangerous. What was so heretical? The promulgators of the outlawed gospel were claiming that "the resurrection ha d] already taken place" - but whose, when, and how? Discover how the ancient practices of assigning commission names, of incorporating numerology, and of exploiting biblical precedents were used to construct a complex document that could guide the enlightened Remnant back to God...and to the new priestly kingdom at Shiloh. All new research A paradigm shift that is intended to open the doors to alternative but historically feasible renditions of the Jesus Movement.

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Imprint: Eccenova Editions
Country of origin: Canada
Release date: March 2005
Authors: J. S. Tyson
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 18mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 332
ISBN-13: 978-0-9735341-5-3
Barcode: 9780973534153
Categories: Books > Humanities > Religion & beliefs > Christianity > The historical Jesus
Books > Religion & Spirituality > Christianity > The historical Jesus
Books > Christianity > The Historical Jesus
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LSN: 0-9735341-5-X

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