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Crucifixion By Peter Ray
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The story of a man who is supposed to save the world. At least some guys think so. But does he want to? And what is the price?
Crucifixions By Patrick Paufert
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Crucifixions, dessins de Patrick Paufert
Witness to The Crucifixion By Peter J. Gorman
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The story of Tobias, age 14, and his first-hand accounts of his encounters with Jesus, leading up to Jesus' execution.
Witness to The Crucifixion By Peter J. Gorman
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The story of Tobias, age 14, and his first-hand accounts of his encounters with Jesus, leading up to Jesus' execution.
Personalities at the Crucifixion By Ken Blackwood
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A paper about the death of Jesus.
Little Crucifixions By Donald McIntyre
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Deliverance, through union with Jesus Christ, from our most fundamental bondage
Personalities at the Crucifixion By Ken Blackwood
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A paper about the death of Jesus.
Crucifixion: Fact or Fiction?: An Investigation of Crucifixion By Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh
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Jesus Christ – “Soul of God” – had a “contemporary double”. This “son of man” was also named Jesus. He was also born in Jerusalem around two thousand... More > years ago, in a Jewish family. He was also a son of parents named as Mary and Joseph. He had also a brother named James. He also knew a woman known as Mary Magdalena, and a man named Judas. There were many similarities between Jesus, son of Mary, and his double. When Jesus (son of Mary) was claimed by St. John the Baptist to be “Christ”, and his enemies wanted to eliminate John the Baptist and Jesus Christ, the double of Jesus decided to sacrifice his life for his master in order that his master could achieve his divine mission. The recent discovery of an old Jewish family tomb in Jerusalem fits with the explanation of an Old Persian book named Tarikh Bal’arni (Bal’ami’s book of history”) which discusses a second Jesus who was a contemporary of Jesus Christ and who was crucified in his place.< Less
Crucifixion: Fact or Fiction?: An Investigation of Crucifixion By Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh
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Jesus Christ – “Soul of God” – had a “contemporary double”. This “son of man” was also named Jesus. He was also born in Jerusalem around two thousand... More > years ago, in a Jewish family. He was also a son of parents named as Mary and Joseph. He had also a brother named James. He also knew a woman known as Mary Magdalena, and a man named Judas. There were many similarities between Jesus, son of Mary, and his double. When Jesus (son of Mary) was claimed by St. John the Baptist to be “Christ”, and his enemies wanted to eliminate John the Baptist and Jesus Christ, the double of Jesus decided to sacrifice his life for his master in order that his master could achieve his divine mission. The recent discovery of an old Jewish family tomb in Jerusalem fits with the explanation of an Old Persian book named Tarikh Bal’arni (Bal’ami’s book of history”) which discusses a second Jesus who was a contemporary of Jesus Christ and who was crucified in his place...< Less
crucifixion or CRUCI-FICTION By ahmed deedat
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This is one of Ahmed Deedat's most potent books which created quite a stir within the Christian world In his usual inimitable style and incisive manner Ahmed Deedat has the Christian pulse ticking in... More > absolute disarray as he unveils mind-blowing evidence within the New Testament which attest to the irrefutable Quranic facts espoused in Chapter 4 Verse 157 that Christ was neither killed nor crucified. It was Ahmed Deedat's encounter with the Christian missionaries during his youth and their persistent argument that there is no salvation for any of us unless we believe in the crucifixion that Jesus died for our sins that irked and prodded him to research and write this book< Less