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A different take on the story of Jesus

Under Tiberius - Nick Tosches

The surprise part would be that I might comes to like this book.



I have already considered the Jesus of the Bible as a doomsday preacher and a con man.


Jesus didn't take a job, even when his step-father was a carpenter. 


Jesus hanged out with a lot of guys, fishers who have not much too do when it is off seasons. If there were pubs in Jesus time, it is likely that Jesus and his gangs were there all the time.


So it is not surprised that Jesus got into a scam. 


Looking forward to this.