About the book:
Jesus the Phoenician. A book of religious history that is sure to challenge conventional thinking about the origins of Jesus Christ, not only among Christians in the west, but in the entire world. It conveys important historical, geographical, archaeological, cultural and theological findings regarding the possibility that Jesus was not Jewish, but rather Phoenician.
Could Jesus have been a non-Jew? Of course!
He was Phoenician in every possible way.
Be ready to experience a World Revelation and a Christian Revolution...
Etymology of the Savior’s Name
The Great Annunciation
The Family of Jesus
The Geographical Region: Mt. Carmel & Bet-Lahem of Galilee
The Historical Evidence of Jesus the Galilean
The Galilean Disciples of Jesus
The Cultural and Religious Entourage at the Time of Jesus
The Hypothetical Jesus the Jew Fails to Prove Himself Once Again
Which God and What Temple?
The Extra-New Testament Sources
The Church New Testament
The Religion and Theology of Jesus the Phoenician
Authentic Maps of the Phoenician Bethlehem
Bet(h)-Lahem (House of Bread)
Map 1 - Section of “Palestine”
Map 2 - Section of ancient “Soria”
This is a section of the first scientific map of Syria (meaning Phoenicia). It was drawn by the geographer Ptolemy around 150 AD, basing it on the work of Arastonis and Marinos of Tyre.
Map 3 - Section of “Bird’s Eye View of the Holy Land”
Map 4 - Section of “Israel”
The Grotto of Makadoushi where Virgin Lady Maryām waited for her son to return from his missionary journeys in Jerusalem
The Lebanese Kana or Qana
the place of origin of the Virgin Lady Maryām
the famous wedding of Kana where the first miracle of turning water into wine occurred
Table 1 - Yāwshu Family Tree
Table 2 - The Apostles
Table 3 - The Approximate Timeline of the Most Important Christian Events and the Development of the Church New Testament
Jesus the Phoenician
Authored by Karim El Koussa
List Price: $19.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Religion / Christianity / History
Also available on Nook and Kindle
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