Killing Jesus - A Note to Readers & Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard
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Summary

In A Note to Readers, the author, Bill O’Reilly, notes that it is trite to claim Jesus was the most influential man to ever live since 2000 years after his execution, 2.2 billion people believe that he was the Son of God and his teachings has played a large role in shaping the world. There is much debate about his life since the four Gospels are often contradictory, but the authors of “Killing Jesus” do their best to fill in the gaps, admitting a lack of knowledge when necessary. Records of the time were well kept, but Jesus was not the focus of much attention until near the end of his life.

The book is not religious and instead strives to show Jesus as a man who evoked enemies while preaching about love. It is also important to understand the atmosphere...

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