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Pimlico, 2003 - 269 pages
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The Jesus of Faith and the Jesus of History are two different beings, with two different stories. In this brilliant and bestselling biography, A. N. Wilson reappraises our readings of the Gospels and, with extraordinary insight and clarity, reinterprets the story of Jesus's birth, his life as a carpenter and the dramatic events surrounding his arrest and trial.

Written with profound scepticism, A. N. Wilson's book triumphantly rescues Jesus from the tangles of Christian history, presenting us with a compelling portrait of the man behind the myth.

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Review: Jesus: A Life

User Review  - Christina Darell-brown - Goodreads

Intereting that he wrote this after he had lost his faith and subsequently became a Christian again. Read full review

Review: Jesus: A Life

User Review  - Nicolas Shump - Goodreads

Wilson is a good and well-respected biographer who has written other biographies of writers who have religious themes in their writings, namely CS Lewis and Leo Tolstoy. Jesus: A Life is a balanced ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

A.N. Wilson holds a prominent position in the world of letters and has been Literary Editor of both the Evening Standard and the Spectator. An award-winning biographer, he has written lives of Sir Walter Scott, Tolstoy, C.S. Lewis and Hilaire Belloc. When Jesus was first published in 1992 it caused a sensation. It was followed by A.N. Wilsonís equally controversial Paul, also available in Pimlico.

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