The New Testament tells us that "one" man named Jesus was crucified betrayed by "one" man named Judas Iscariot, history tells a different story. It was the nation of Judea that was crucified, betrayed by a small band of Jewish Zealots that engaged in all manner of rebellious terror and murder against Roman soldiers as well as against their own people in order to provoke war with Rome. Rome did not tolerate sedition and rooted it out wherever it found it, often with dire consequences for many that lived in the towns that the Zealots imbedded themselves. When Titus’ (a future Roman Emperor) failed at his many attempts for a peace treaty between Rome and the Zealots, his tolerance for compromise ended; and he unleashed hell itself on the people of Jerusalem.
fantastic book decoding the origins of christianity and showing the reader the connection between the old and new testament in relation to the destruction of jerusalem in the Judea/Roman war. Gives the reader real insight into the stories and figures of the bible. Lou plays it very straight in this book there is no mention of Ufo's or aliens and it is well sourced. But It would have been interesting to see some of the ET connections in the bible mentioned and greater depth into some subjects that I think Lou was holding back on. Great book overall
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