Conspiracies and the Cross: How to Intelligently Counter the Ten Most Popular Arguments against the Gospel of Jesus
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Conspiracies and the Cross: How to Intelligently Counter the Ten Most Popular Arguments against the Gospel of Jesus

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Join Jones on a faith-strengthening journey through the remnants of long-faded civilizations as he examines historical evidence of the life of Jesus. Outlining 10 major conspiracy theories about the deity of Christ, he reveals the fallacies in each and examines the various media outlets---books, movies, documentaries---where these schemes have recently surfaced. 224 pages,...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published February 13th 2008 by Frontline
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Timothy Paul Jones serves as professor of leadership at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and works in the SojournKids children's ministry at Sojourn Community Church. Before coming to Louisville, Timothy led churches in Missouri and Oklahoma as a pastor and an associate pastor. He has been widely recognized as a leading writer and researcher in the fields of apologetics, church history, a...more
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