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4.0 out of 5 stars
Got me thinking.., 22 Feb. 2003
I bought this book while I was waiting for my flight to go home last June.The only reason I bought it,is because I hate glossy romances that are the majority of books sold in airports!(isn't that strangre?!) So it was the only book that seemed to me as interesting.I had a pleasant surprise to experience though.It is a quite revealing book about early Christianity and some of the less wide-known 'traditions' of the para-philology of religion.When I was reading it,I realised that bits and pieces of information I knew,regardless the source and object actually fited with the new facts the writters presented.I have been involved to the debate about the whole argument of what happened after Jesus's death (or not!) ever since and it keeps on prooving more interesting as my knowledge increases and new books are being written.I have only one thing to say: ET IN ARCADIA EGO..