This is a groundbreaking biography about the historical Jesus we don’t usually think about: The child refugee. The “carpenter” who most likely worked with stone. The adult who walked at least 21,525 miles in His lifetime and yet never tasted tomatoes or potatoes. The itinerant rabbi whose real name wasn’t Jesus. The political revolutionary whose brutal murder was secretly masterminded by a power-hungry mafia family.
More than a fascinating biography, A God Named Josh seeks to illuminate Jesus of Nazareth from new perspectives, grounded in history, that will surprise Christians and atheists alike.
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