Book Review: Written from his heart

A former priest presents Jesus in a new light.

By ALEXANDER ZVIELLI
November 20, 2014 14:57
Books

'Christ actually' book. (photo credit: PR)

 
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It is good to enter the 21st century secure in the knowledge that new ideas are being proposed that affect all mankind, and are of special interest to Jews and Christians today.

In his highly personal search for the true Jesus, James Carroll – the author of 11 novels and seven works of non-fiction – presents us with Christ Actually: The Son of God for the Secular Age, a well-researched and illuminating history of the Jewish-Christian encounter during what he calls the First Jewish Holocaust (66-135 CE, including the fall of the Second Temple) up to the post-World War II era.

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