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  • Hodder & Stoughton
  • Hodder & Stoughton

The Longest Week: The truth about Jesus' last days

Nick Page

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Prose: non-fiction, General & world history, Christian worship, rites & ceremonies, Christian life & practice

Reconstructing the moments; day by day, hour by hour, Nick Page examines the historical evidence to discover what really happened during Jesus' final days.

What really happened during Jesus' final days? It was, historically speaking, nothing much; a death in Jerusalem, a routine execution at the edge of an empire. Yet that execution - and the events surrounding it - were to have a profound effect on the history of the world. The last week of Jesus' life on earth was probably the most important week in history. This book aims to reconstruct the events of those days.From Jesus' entry to Jerusalem on the Sunday, to his resurrection a week later; this book explores the claims and explode the myths. It looks seriously at the evidence of the gospel accounts, without ducking the controversies and contradictions. It focuses on the history rather than the spiritual and theological significance of events and uses archaeological research and detailed Biblical analysis to take the reader through THE LONGEST WEEK.

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Praise for The Longest Week: The truth about Jesus' last days

  • This is a book written by a highly experienced, technically brilliant and detailed writer. - Church of England Newspaper

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Nick Page

Prized for his skills as a writer, speaker, unlicensed historian, applied ranter and general information-monger, Nick Page has written over 70 books, including THE TABLOID BIBLE, the 'Longest Week' trilogy and, most recently, his NEARLY INFALLIBLE HISTORY series. Nick lives in Oxfordshire with his wife Claire and their three daughters.

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