The Real Jesus

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Cross Books Publishing, 2012 - Fiction - 364 pages
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Although disgusted by religion, Zechariah, a wellrespected first-century journalist, is sent on a journey requiring his utmost attention to that very subject.

Zechariah reports for the greater area of Israel, and his boss sends him to do a character study on the man currently enchanting the local population: Jesus. Zechariah thinks it will be just another assignment, but it turns out to be bigger than any story he could have imagined. Th rough interviews with those who know Jesus including shepherds, a magi, Mary and Joseph, those known as disciples, and even the taxpayer Zacchaeus Zechariah begins to unearth the true nature of this man who claims to be a "Savior."

More importantly, Zechariah starts to wonder if his aversion to religion is warranted, especially when Jesus teaches new concepts such as grace and forgiveness. Step by step, he comes to realize the enormity of the message Jesus brings and what it can mean for all of mankind.

Humorous, innovative, and inspiring, Th e Real Jesus follows one man on a life-altering journey from conformity and unbelief to transformation and peace.

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