Albert Henry Ross Writing Styles in Who Moved the Stone?

Albert Henry Ross
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Perspective

"Who Moved the Stone? A Skeptic Looks at the Death and Resurrection of Christ," was written and researched by Frank Morison who was an English journalist. The story is told by Morison. The point of view is sometimes his own as he describes to the reader the steps he took in arriving at some of his conclusions and the thought process he went through during the long process of researching and writing this book. The majority of the book is written from the third person narrative as he tells the story of the last days of Christ and his resurrection.

Morison wrote this book in 1930. He had a deep interest and curiosity about the life and times of Jesus Christ. He was particularly interested in the Resurrection story and had become a non-believer from the teachings of skeptics who gained attention at the turn of the century. While...

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