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Yeshua : Boyhood of the Christ

Yeshua : Boyhood of the Christ

No figure in history has surpassed Christ in the impact his short life had on the world. In this historical novel, the reader can relive the momentous birth, infancy and childhood of Jesus, against the backdrop of a turbulent period in which Rome assumed direct colonial rule over the Holy Land. Yeshua is the Aramaic name for Jesus and the author firmly roots the timeless story, based on accounts in the gospels of Luke and Matthew, within the original Jewish heritage into which Christ was born.

The ancient story of the Nativity is enhanced throughout with vivid, jewel-like details. Such descriptions can only be effective and authentic when backed up by research into most recent archaeological, historical, geographical and astronomical information. Plausible scenarios are then constructed for iconic events like the appearance of the Star of Bethlehem, the journey of the magi from the East, the last days of the increasingly insane and dangerous King Herod, the escape to Egypt, the massacre of the infant boys of Bethlehem, the return of the Holy Family to Nazareth after Herod’s death, and the troubling times they lived in as Rome intensified the brutality of its rule.

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