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Death of Jesus (book)

The Death of Jesus
Author Joel Carmichael
Language English
Publisher Macmillan
Publication date 1963 [1]
Media type Hardcover
Pages 275
OCLC Number 478797

The Death Of Jesus is a textual analysis of the New Testament, with the premise that any material that corroborates Christian doctrine is probably propaganda edited in after the fact to some grains of truth about an historical personage. The twin premise is that a Pharisee, not a Sadduccee, is a rabbinical school, and that a rabbi would have no interest in creating a new religion, such as Christianity is obviously, if somewhat chaotically, purported to be in the New Testament.


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