8 edition of The Jesus Dynasty found in the catalog.
April 4, 2006
by Simon & Schuster
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
Revised: Mar I n terms of its publication date, James Tabor’s new book The Jesus Dynasty  follows on the heels of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, a fact that is probably a commercial blessing for Tabor (as the public has recently shown an interest in these matters), but which might also lead to some overhasty dismissals of Tabor’s work (by those aware of . The Jesus Dynasty offers a startling new interpretation of the life of Jesus and the origins of Christianity that is grounded in careful analysis of the earliest Christian documents and recent archaeological discoveries, including the much-discussed "Jesus family tomb." In The Jesus Dynasty, biblical scholar James Tabor brings us closer than ever to the historical ed on: Ap
The Jesus Dynasty: The Hidden History of Jesus, His Royal Family, and the Birth of Christianity James Tabor, Author. Simon & Schuster $27 (p) ISBN The Jesus Dynasty offers an alternative version of Christian origins, one that takes us closer than ever to Jesus and his family and followers. This is a book that will change our understanding of one of the most crucial moments in history/5.
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The Jesus Dynasty: The Hidden History of Jesus, His Royal Family, and the Birth of Christianity by James D. Tabor, explores the very logically and historically sound thesis the early Christianity (and that word is anachronistic in this work) was a family enterprise/5().
The Jesus Dynasty. likes. A gripping non-fiction narrative, fully documented, on recovering the historical Jesus with an emphasis on his royal lineage and his brother JamesFollowers: The Jesus Dynasty by James D.
Tabor, religion professor at University of North Carolina, is a fascinating, eye-opening book about the life of Jesus and what we can glean about his true teachings from specific books in the Bible/5. The Jesus Dynasty offers a startling new interpretation of the life of Jesus and the origins of Christianity that is grounded in careful analysis of the earliest Christian documents and recent archaeological discoveries, including the much-discussed "Jesus family tomb." In The Jesus Dynasty, biblical scholar James Tabor brings us closer than ever to the historical by: 1.
The author of The Jesus Dynasty draws on St. Paul's letters and other early sources to reveal the apostles' sharply competing ideas about the significance of Jesus and His teachings while controversially demonstrating how St.
Paul independently shaped Christianity as it is known today. 75, first printing. The following is a review of my book, The Jesus Dynasty (Simon & Schuster, ), by professor Dennis E. Groh, noted scholar of early Christianity. If you find this very thorough review intriguing I urge those who have not to “read the book” itself, see more information here, and you can “like” it on our new Facebook page here.
((I personally love the original hardcover edition which. The Jesus Dynasty is an investigation and those who like questions and a consideration of alternative points of view will find this a very rewarding book.
It's a "good read," filled with impressive by: 1. “The Jesus Dynasty,” he writes, “is a new historical investigation of Jesus, his royal family, and the birth of Christianity. At the same time it is a reflection of my own personal quest, integrating the results of my own discoveries and insights over the course of my professional career.”.
The Jesus Dynasty: Seven Main Ideas In April, I published a trade book called The Jesus Dynasty: The Hidden History of Jesus, His Royal Family, and the Birth of Christianity. Now in paperback it has continued to sell moderately but steadily. In The Jesus Dynasty, biblical scholar James Tabor brings us closer than ever to the historical Jesus.
He sheds new light on Jesus' relationship with John the Baptizer, the role played by his brother James, and how Paul's ministry transformed. The Jesus Dynasty The Hidden History of Jesus, His Royal Family, and the Birth of Christianity. Preface.
DISCOVERING THE JESUS DYNASTY. It is a rare book that is forty years in the making. In some sense this is the case with The Jesus Dynasty. Over forty years ago, as a teenager, I made my first visit to the Holy Land with my parents and my /5(58). For a moment when one reads the title of James Tabor’s latest book, The Jesus Dynasty, (N.Y.: Simon and Schuster, ) one may be forgiven for thinking this is.
Among the series of books recently released about Jesus, the most serious entry is James Tabor's The Jesus author is a professor at the University of North Carolina and has spent a Author: Darrell Bock.
James D. Tabor, The Jesus Dynasty. Simon & Schuster, Reviewed by Robert M. Price. This book reads too much like those by Baigent, Lincoln, and chronicles the travels, researches, and thought processes of the author, trying to draw the reader along to the finish line of his conclusion.
Excerpt: 'The Jesus Dynasty' by James D. Tabor He also worked out a deal to publish a co-authored book with biblical scholar Ben Witherington to coincide with the release of the film.5 The.
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Tabor's theories in The Jesus Dynasty have, in the four years since the book was published, not entered debate among mainstream biblical scholars. The Society of Biblical Literature 's Review of Biblical Literature offers only one, scathing, review.
.The Jesus Dynasty By Jim Myers If you haven’t already heard about Dr. James Tabor’s new book –The Jesus Dynasty –you will.
Tabor has pushed the bar to a new level in the search for the historical Jesus. The complete title of the book is The Jesus Dynasty: The Hidden History of Jesus, His Royal Family, and the Birth of Size: KB.Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem, His last meal with His disciples, and His death and burial are examined in part four.
After His death, the continuation of Jesus’ “dynasty” is explained in part five. Tabor concludes the book with a brief summary of his findings and the commonality that Christians, Jews, and Muslims share.