Finding Jesus

Finding Jesus

Faith, Fact, Forgery : Six Holy Objects That Tell the Remarkable Story of the Gospels

Book - 2015
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Baker & Taylor
Looks at six major artifacts from the life and world of Jesus, delving into the story of the life of Jesus through these objects and examining the latest forensic evidence that attempts to sort out fact from forgery.

McMillan Palgrave

The man who changed the course of history left no earthly trace of his existence . . .

Who was Jesus of Nazareth and what do the relics left behind tell us about this fascinating figure? A burial box that has Jesus's name on it? A papyrus "gospel" referring to his wife? A piece of wood from the cross? A linen shroud that wrapped Jesus's corpse? Are any or all of these real? Or are we being scammed?

Finding Jesus provides a fresh look at the life of the greatest man who ever lived through six blockbuster artifacts -- including the Shroud of Turin, pieces of the True Cross, and bones of John the Baptist -- that give us the most direct evidence about the life and world of Jesus. Telling the story behind each artifact, Finding Jesus investigates, in the company of sleuths and scholars who use modern-day tools to solve ancient riddles, whether the stunning relics are authentic or frauds.

As both companion to the CNN TV series and as deeper inquiry into the story of what Jesus left behind,Finding Jesus draws on fascinating debates, controversial figures, and forensic evidence to reveal a story for the faithful, the skeptical, and the curious alike.



Baker
& Taylor

Two award-winning authors and filmmakers present a companion book to CNN's six-part television series that takes viewers on a forensic and archaeological journey through the Bible where they explore six major artifacts and learn how to sort out facts from fiction of would-be forgers and deceivers.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781250069108
1250069106
Branch Call Number: 232 G357f
Characteristics: 242 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm

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tomato May 24, 2016

Very good.

JCLJoyceM Sep 16, 2015

This book offers an intense study of writings and antiquities connected to Jesus. Gibson describes burial customs and other details common to first-century Jewish life. It also delves into antiquities fraud and the considerable prices paid for valid pieces which inspires the fakers.

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