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James Tabor Interview on the Jesus Dynasty


Free Resource - June 8th, 2010
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The Jesus Dynasty

In this interview conducted at the Grace Cathedral, author James D. Tabor gives listeners a hard look at his efforts to pare down the mystery that surrounds the historical Jesus and his followers.

A specialist in the surviving documents of early Christianity, Tabor takes apart the accepted facts surrounding Jesus' life. Here he introduces the notion that Christ's Brother James may have been the first man to spread the gospel and refers to evidence that claims the apostle Paul altered the original message. This talk is available from the Grace Cathedral Forum on streaming audio & MP3 download.

The Jesus Dynasty

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