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Eisenman reveals that characters such as "Judas Iscariot" and "the Apostle James" did not exist as such. In delineating the deliberate falsifications in New Testament documents, Eisenman shows how - as James was written out - anti-Semitism was written in. By rescuing James from the oblivion into which he was cast, the final conclusion of James, the Brother of Jesus is, in the words of the Jerusalem Post, "apocalyptic" - who and whatever James was, so was Jesus.
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By Jimi on 08-18-17
Regretable. Hard to follow. Repetitive.
The book suffers from a need of a serious copy editing scrub. There are entire sections that are repeated over and over and over again. I didnt trouble myself to count but the white linen undergarment worn by James was repeated dozens of times, sometimes in the same sentence. I didnt realize that undies had such an important role.
This could be a far better book at half the length.
I hung on and finished it expecting that I would be rewarded in the end. Instead, I was horrified to learn that there will be a sequel.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Priscilla on 06-11-16
The report I read
The report does not give an honest explanation of this book, and I am going to seek getting a refund of the book. As you can guess or understand my feelings for this book are very low.
2 of 12 people found this review helpful