Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard Writing Styles in Killing Jesus

Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard
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Point of View

The point of view in "Killing Jesus" is third person and limited, as the authors write the narrative from the perspective of a unbiased narrator who has no role within the story. It is also fairly reliable as the authors based their content on Biblical records as well as non-religious historical documentation. The utilization of this point of view is imperative to the authors' goal which is trying to provide an accurate portrayal of the life and death of Jesus Christ as well as exploring the impact that his message and teachings have had on the world throughout the last two millennia of history.

The narrative is conveyed using mostly exposition with a small amount of monologue and dialogue. This is beneficial to the reader, as it allows the focus to remain on the events that occurred during Jesus's life as well as the political...

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