Continue reading “Review: ‘The Monumental Secret of the Crucifixion’, by Julian Doyle”
Throughout the history of Christianity there have been those claiming a monumental secret. Often centered around the Church of St. Sulpice in Paris and associated with French esoteric circles like Debussy who wrote in a review:
“Perhaps it’s to destroy that scandalous legend that Jesus Christ died on the cross.”
But even Canon Alfred Lilley came back from St. Sulpice questioning the crucifixion. There must have been some documentation in the church that convinced these people of something portentous. BUT now searching links between the history of Rome and the latest Biblical research, we finally reveal the extraordinary facts that prove exactly what the monumental secret was and its validity making the revaluation of Christianity, as we knew it, inevitable.
See, I told you I’d get round to reviewing a book eventually. Took me all day to find the energy but at last I have!
Publication Date: 1st November 2016
Published by: Clink Street Publishing
Price: £11.99 (paperback), £3.49 (kindle)
Jesus: First Century Rabbi
Rabbi David Zaslow, Joseph A. Lieberman