Millions of people have thrilled to best-selling authors Bill O'Reilly and historian Martin Dugard's Killing Kennedy and Killing Lincoln, works of nonfiction that have changed the way we view history. Now the anchor of The O'Reilly Factor details the events leading up to the murder of the most influential man in history: Jesus of Nazareth. Nearly 2,000 years after this beloved and controversial young revolutionary was brutally killed by Roman soldiers, more than 2.2 billion human beings attempt to follow his teachings and believe he is God. Killing Jesus will take listeners inside Jesus' life, recounting the seismic political and historical events that made his death inevitable and changed the world forever.
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Narration was very good - keep my interest during entire time of book. Loved it!
incredible historical facts of our Lord and Savior last days. remarkable, verifiable facts!
thank you, for doing incredible research
Overall, I thought it was a good book. A few things stated as fact, are fairly well known to be later, theological doctrine. Case in point, stating Mary Magdalena was the prostitute or that James was an associate of Jesus, when he was his biological brother.
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Bill O'Reilly's narration is excellent. He treats the subject with respect without being dramatic. I learned many tidbits of knowledge that I did not know before. I especially appreciated the section which pointed out many historical events that occurred after Jesus' death and how they impacted events not only in their own time but also today.
Bill O'Reilly did an excellent job narrating this story. As the author of the story, he used colorful language to put the reader in the moment. The writing was historical, yet done so in a manner to keep your attention. Additionally, the writing did not come across as opinion, but rather as fact. I didn't question the references.
I really liked this book but again It was an overwhelming amount of Roman history. I understand why so much history of the Romans iy helped lengthen this book. I don't regret getting it though
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