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In the Prologue to Killing Lincoln, we read that John Wilkes Booth is “galva- nized ” by listening to Lincoln's second inaugural address. What does this term mean. The child's name, unknown to them, is Jesus, and his only crime is that some of Herod's notorious cruelty and his penchant for killing anyone who would. Millions of readers have thrilled to bestselling authors Bill O'Reilly and historian Martin Dugard's Killing Kennedy and Killing Lincoln, page-turning works of.

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Sep 23, There Is No Preview Available For This Item. This item does not appear to have any files that can be experienced on medical-site.info “Because of his uniqueness, Jesus cannot easily be reduced to a one- dimensional portrait of a 'historical' person stripped of his most essential attributes and. Jun 26, Download Killing Jesus: A History (Bill O'Reilly's Killing) Download at: http:// medical-site.info?book= [PDF] Download Killing.

Reviewed by: Killing Jesus, A History. New York: Henry Holt and Co. For more than thirty years, I have reviewed books for scholarly journals. Very few of them are outstanding, capable of becomming classics in a highly competitive field. There are numerous, excellent, studies of the life of Jesus of Nazareth and His message for all mankind. Some of them are more factual than others while others are more philosophical - preaching His universalist creed. And, Fulton J. You can be sure that it is well researched and documented, extremely vivid, and highly dramatic. Also, it has a very unique quality - it transports the reader back in time so that you feel as if you [End Page ] are there, in first century Palestine. The events are described so realistically that you feel as though you are not only a reader but an active participant in those events - indeed, you are with Jesus and His apostles and disciples; you are involved in the political intrigues between Rome and Palestine with Pilot, the Roman governor, caught in the middle. You are involved in the religious conspiracies in the Jewish administration; you will stand with or against Caiphas, the high priest. And, lastly, you feel horrible pain and impact of the crucifixion of the Christ. Each brief chapter is illuminating and ends with a powerful punch to leave the reader thinking about its content and to have an impact upon thr reader.

But they underplay the real reason: Jesus's name had become fatally associated with that of the Messiah, the Christ, a longed-for figure who had become increasingly politicised: he would be not just the anointed king but the ruler who would liberate the Jews from the Romans before ushering in God's rule.

Killing Jesus: A History by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard – review

As far as the Romans were concerned, Jesus, one of many would-be Messiahs at the time, was therefore a seditious rebel whose crime was punishable by death. It's easy to be snooty about this kind of bodice-ripping treatment of history, where a preoccupied Herod sighs and looks anxiously out of the window, where Mary and Joseph "gasp in shock" to see their young son holding his own among the temple elders, the son whose "destiny must be fulfilled, even if his worried parents have no idea how horrific that destiny might be" actually, as the authors themselves make clear, crucifixion was the usual fate of traitors and criminals across the Roman empire.

As a revved-up journalese version of the gospels, plumped up with historical detail — which though not always accurate gives the reader a good sense of what life was like at the end of the first century BC; how soldiers were trained, how taxation worked, what the temple looked like and, of course, how soldiers crucified a man — Killing Jesus is fine.

Indeed the authors used the same stylistic formula for their two previous books Killing Kennedy and Killing Lincoln. Both were bestsellers, and Killing Jesus is already number three on the New York Times bestsellers list. Because they are fabulously easy to read: because there are good guys and bad guys, with very little in between; because there is lots of journalistically juicy, salacious gossip; and because, as with some historical fiction, you learn quite a bit about a particular era without having to think too much.

Despite the subtitle, Killing Jesus is not "A History".

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It is a breathy retelling of the gospel stories by two conservative Catholics, one of whom, O'Reilly, believes that he was inspired to write the book by the Holy Ghost. Although the authors proclaim in their introduction that they have manfully succeeded in separating fact from legend and will alert the reader if the evidence is not set in stone, they signally fail to do so.

Killing Jesus relies almost exclusively on the gospels, discounting two centuries of ongoing scholarly scepticism about their historical accuracy with a breezy footnote that there is "growing acceptance of their overall historicity".

Who are the goodies and baddies? The Romans are bad, corrupt and "unrelentingly cruel" — especially in their imposition of taxes, which in the eyes of our authors is a particularly nasty vice. The Jewish elite is bad, because it is hand in glove with the Romans in brutalising and fleecing the "good people of Galilee". Ordinary Jews are good.

But the Pharisees are very bad. Ninety percent of Americans own a copy of the Bible, and while it's the most widely read book, it's also the least understood.

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This book appeals to people of all faiths, as well as those who don't practice any particular religion, by providing interfaith coverage of the entire Bible and the often fascinating background information that makes the Bible come alive. Discover the world's all-time bestseller in an entirely new light.

Whether you're interested in broadening your spiritual horizons, uncovering the symbolism of Western culture, or gaining a deeper understanding of the bible. This is an objective study of the Old Testament, the Gospels and the Qur'an. This book seeks to spiritually unite by highlighting similarities in the texts.

It sheds new light and dispels many preconceived ideas in separating what belongs to Revelation from what is the product of error or human interpretation. The bible is word of God. But if it contains any errors they are simply made by others and not by God. Whatever in the bible matches with science is from God.

If some statements have contradictions or are against Proven scientific facts they are simply man made errors. This book confirms both the accurate statements and wrong statements which is still part of bible. Every thing that is accurate is from God in the bible and God doesn't error and God is always accurate.

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God is truth and truth is above all. God bless all. This book contains 2 parts and each part starts with page 1. So, this book contains 2 books and it's a 2in1 book. Biography of Muhammad by a non Muslim. Biography of Muhammad by a Muslim.

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