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The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Secret Life of the Original Christians

By: Raymond W. Bernard PhD
Narrated by: Chiquito Joaquim Crasto
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In this classic of "fringe" literature, Raymond W. Bernard PhD lays out the pros and cons of that argument that Jesus Christ was an Essene and that the "facts" around his life and crucifixion were manipulated by the secret sect. 

Features an introduction by the enlightened thinker Commander Valiant Thor, one of the world's foremost experts on the subject.

©1981 Saucerian Press (P)2018 New Saucerian LLC

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Disappointed

The author gives his opinion but offers no proof.
I would not recommend this book. It is poorly written. Much of the one long chapter (less than 2 hours on audible) is repeats of the same statements. Poorly written and offers no proof/references. Big disappointment!

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boring

I didnt finish it. got 53 minutes in hoping it would get better. my expectation was that it would give clarification about what we currently believe about the Bible but it was just long, boring, and repetitive.

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Worth a try

It did not intrest me as much as I thought but still interesting and worth the few bucks.

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