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The Archko Volume: Or the Archeological Writings of the Sanhedrim & Talmuds of the Jews

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Presents the testimony of Jesus' contemporaries, including Herod, Pontius Pilate, and Joseph and Mary. Meant for those interested in New Testament literature, the debate over its authenticity makes this book readable for those interested in judging for themselves. This bound edition is useful in a scholars' and skeptics' collection.
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Published November 1st 1998 by McGraw-Hill (first published 1887)
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Jonene
This is non-fiction. The author discovered ancient records in the Vatican in the 1800's and had them translated when he discovered what they were: Formal letters, records and inquiries into Christ by the Roman and Jewish leaders, trying to see if he was just crazy or a real threat. Each interview is tainted by the person's views, but an amazing peak into what the people thought and did, when Jesus began teaching and proclaimed himself the Messiah. If you are able to find this book, understand th ...more
Thomas Walker
This book should be required reading for all christians. Whether you believe or not the behind the scenes story on how this book came to be, it is fascinating and well written. It will make you think and some of you may consider the possibility that it is new knowledge.
Linda
An interesting supplemental read. It contains letters supposedly written about beginning Christianity. Very interesting.
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The Archko Library; Translated from Ancient Manuscripts at the Vatican of Rome, and the Seraglio Library at Constantinople

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