Who Moved the Stone? - Chapter 14: Some Realities of That Far-Off Morning Summary & Analysis

Albert Henry Ross
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Chapter 14: Some Realities of That Far-Off Morning Summary and Analysis

There has never surfaced one shred of evidence that the body of Christ was taken to Joseph's garden. All the sources - the Gospels, Gospel of Peter and the Emmaus document - all provide basically the same account of what happened. The literary verdict is unanimous and must be given its proper weight. No one visited the burial sight - no followers or the concerned or the curious. There is no record of controversy surrounding the burial during those first four years after his death when Christianity skyrocketed in popularity. Why was Jerusalem the heart of the blossoming movement? Jerusalem had never fully welcomed him. Galilee was the city of smiles and his home base with a populace who embraced him. There is one answer to these questions: the...

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