I would recommend to those who are interested in the history of the times of Christ. If you are offended by challenges to accepted religious teachings, this book will fan the flames of indignation. The facts presented are fascinating, the conjectures interesting, the ruminations are food for thought. His depth of knowledge by archeological experience is evident. I believe the book suffers greatly by abridgment. I do not like the technique of posing, could it be, perhaps, is it possible, so that the listener forms the hypothesis as if it belongs to them. To Discovery Channel. He uses this technique way to much.
Why, Why, Oh Why must authors think they should narrate their own work? Spend the money and hire an actor, it is worth it.
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