Mary, the Mother of Jesus
Scepter Publishers, 2004 - 255 pages
Palestine had been at the crossroads of cultural conflict and influence for centuries when it gave birth to the new religion of Christianity. Although many books describe the events of the Incarnation, life, and death of Jesus Christ, few attempt to provide a deeper background into the culture and mentality of those who lived as Christ began his mission on earth.
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