You cannot fully appreciate Ulysses without first understanding the times in which it was written and published. The Most Dangerous Book does both extremely well. I have a much deeper understanding of the immense task it was to bring Ulysses to the world and the impact it had on all of us to this day. A great read.
I was expecting a historically accurate depiction of Jesus' life however the "story line" was contrived in ways that are simply not creditable and historically incorrect. As an example, the "conversation" between Pilot and the crowd and the ridiculous "tradition" of releasing a prisoner on Passover has been clearly discredited by historians. I am a major O'Reilly fan and have read Killing Lincoln and Killing Kennedy previously but the historical flaws in this story now cause me to question Lincoln and Kennedy.
Enjoy Killing Jesus for what it is, a well written an performed religious history, not a historical view of the life of Jesus.
Strong Passionate Crisp
The Pilot scene is not credible.
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