Jesus Christ Divided: Solving the Mystery of the New Testament by Michael LaFond

Was Jesus sane? Could Jesus be sane and believe in Christianity himself? Currently, scholars avoid the dilemma by distancing Jesus and the apostles from Christian beliefs. This book will take a different approach, acknowledging that Jesus was both sane and Christian, according to the society and culture of his time. By proving that Saint Paul…

Was Jesus sane? Could J51kT-qwp-iL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_esus be sane and believe in Christianity himself? Currently, scholars avoid the dilemma by distancing Jesus and the apostles from Christian beliefs. This book will take a different approach, acknowledging that Jesus was both sane and Christian, according to the society and culture of his time. By proving that Saint Paul actually wrote the letters that tradition has ascribed to him, this book forces a reevaluation of the evidence in a serious way, challenging recent scholarship and revealing the hidden meaning of the New Testament.

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“Keeping an open mind”

Five Star Review on AmazonĀ By Koobie Trades

I grew up under the Islamic way of life and although I am still a Muslim; I find it to be very interesting that I am alive in a time when we can now dialogue about our own beliefs without taking the life of another because he/she chooses to believe other than you or I.
Glory is to The Almighty God; Creator of ALL things, is all that I can say. Keep an open mind when reading his book; there is always something new to learn from anyone/anything.

About the Author

Michael LaFond grew up in rural Illinois, Iroquois and Kankakee Counties. As a Roman Catholic, he acquired an enormous interest in spirituality and history and the fundamental questions. He studied anthropology and Spanish at the University of Arizona in Tucson, where he currently lives. He has studied the history of early Christianity for twenty years, teaching himself New Testament Greek. He is interested in finding the historical truth behind the major religious traditions.

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