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The Alexandria Letter

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After Cambridge scholar Nathan Tobin discovers an ancient Aramaic letter, he finds himself thrown into an agonizing struggle against powerful forces committed to discrediting him. The Alexandria letter discloses surprising revelations about the lives of Jesus and John the Baptist, as well as shocking claims of duplicity by Paul of Tarsus, which threaten to turn long-held ...more
Hardcover, 329 pages
Published March 30th 2010 by Synergy Books (first published 2010)
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I was really excited to read this book because it was on a subject matter that, as a history major, I have encountered from time to time in my studies but more so because I was really eager to see how the author would have added an element of fiction to the whole story. After reading a few chapters of the story however, I found my self being really disappointed.

Firstly, let me start off by saying that the concept of the book was really intriguing and I think that would work in the author’s favor
Jennifer (JC-S)
May 30, 2010 Jennifer (JC-S) rated it liked it
‘In your work you should always seek the truth no matter where it takes you.’

Cambridge scholar Nathan Tobin discovers an ancient Aramaic letter. In this letter, written by a first century follower of Jesus and of John the Baptist, Jesus is described as a physician with incredible skills. It is the use of these skills, enabling the creation of uncommonly effective treatments and cures that has been recorded in religious history as miracles. Not surprisingly, some vested interests will be upset if
Peace Love and Reviews
Jul 29, 2010 Peace Love and Reviews rated it really liked it
There was a time that I was so engrossed with religious-conspiracy thriller. Dan Brown had started that trend. After reading all his books, I went on a quest to find similar plots and intrigue. The one that the church wants to burn and the ones that my mother condone, seriously, its only a novel, sure it might somehow makes you think... what if it is really true? But really it is all up to you.

In the Alexandria Letter, Dr. Honig tells a tale about Jesus not only being who he is in the bible but
May 30, 2010 Bridget rated it really liked it
What Nathan Tobin uncovers is the find of a lifetime, the Alexandria letter, He sets out to prove that this document is in fact a letter from the time of Jesus. Nathan's new discovery will shock Christianity to it's core. It contains information that neither the Church nor certain scholars want any part of. He is determined to find out the truth, even if it kills him.

I love conspiracy books! I had a lot of fun reading George's book and I felt like I was right beside Nathan throughout his whole a
Nanci Arvizu
May 21, 2010 Nanci Arvizu rated it it was amazing
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Dr. George Honig, author of "The Alexandria Letter" was my guest on Page Readers. Talk about insight into something interesting!

I love "What If" stories that give us a different point of view about a story that's been told and told - and what story has been told more than the story of Jesus and his Miracles?

Dr. Honig writes from his heart and his knowledge of medicine and healing. The story itself if well written, exciting - a page turner!
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