Yeshua Wept: A Novel of Roman Judea Deborah Ballou

ISBN: 9781403316585

Published: July 1st 2002

Paperback

312 pages


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Yeshua Wept: A Novel of Roman Judea  by  Deborah Ballou

Yeshua Wept: A Novel of Roman Judea by Deborah Ballou
July 1st 2002 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 312 pages | ISBN: 9781403316585 | 8.13 Mb

Divi Filius - Son of God.The inscriptions on the coins of Caesar Augustus empire declare his divinity to all. Only his Jewish subjects remain devoted to the true God - and suffer for it. Into this clash of cultures is born a man whose impact on the world would be greater than even the greatest Caesars - Yeshua ben Yosef. The world today calls him Jesus.Yeshua Wept peels away two thousand years of history to view Jewish life in Roman occupied Judea. The reader will gain a deeper understanding of what it would have been like for a faithful Jew in a pagan world to realize that God had chosen him to be mankinds Redeemer.



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