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Posted August 21, 2000
My biggest problem with this interesting book is in its footnoting and documentation. Many of the works cited in the footnotes are not in the Bibliography (pp 71 and many others) Another big problem is the lack of primary sources. The so-called facts about what occured after the Fall of Jerusalem in AD 70 are taken from only one source: SGF Brandon's 'The Fall of Jerusalem and the Christian Church.' Many other claims are never cited at all. This book may succeed in swaying the average reader, but the authors must do better to convince anyone with any knowledge on the subject.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.