The Bible Fraud: An Untold Story of Jesus Christby Tony Bushby
The Untold Story of Jesus and His Twin Brother, Judas Khrestus...Mystery and intrigue surround the church web of deceit, corruption, murder and debauchery. In THE BIBLE FRAUD, you will find the truth about Rabbi Jesus and his twin brother, their birth, marriages and deaths, as well as the bloodlines that have resulted from events of that time.
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This book is poorly researched, and inaccurate in those parts that I was able to judge for myself, being a keen student of Josephus and the Herods. I agree that there may be twins involved: Jesus of Nazareth is almost certainly a composite of two or more people. But his choice of parents for Jeschua is very fanciful indeed! At the very beginning (p.14), several serious errors are made: (1) Aristobulus (who m. Berenice) is from Herod's FIRST wife, Doris, and not Mariamne the Hasmonean; (2) Herod and this Mariamne never had a child named Joseph (Herod had an uncle and a brother named Joseph, and the latter had a son of that name); (3) The last-mentioned youngest Joseph had a DAUGHTER named Mariamne, but HIS WIFE's name was Olympias; (4) there is no actual evidence that this Joseph, nor either of the other two, was "of Arimathea", but one of these conjectures is possible; (5) I have found no evidence that Aristobulus m Berenice had any daughter Elizabeth: but they did have the infamous Herodias (mother of the Salome who had the Baptist beheaded)- who is omitted. After this little pile of errors, the book lost credibility for me. To link an obviously fake tombstone in Germany (a real one certainly would not say "6 AD" because that system of dating was not to be known until many hundreds of years later when the Julian Calendar was invented!) to Tiberias Caesar and the "panther" of the Talmud is stretching fancy beyond belief! The Talmud probably uses the phrase "panther" (slinking in the night) merely as a slur, because of the unusual birth of Jeschua with respect to formal marriage. Once again: loss of credibility! It's a pity really, because his outlines about the writing and re-writing of the New Testament may be spot-on for all I know. But my faith in his writing had been shattered too much already for me to take it too seriously! By the way, don't buy this title and "Twin Deception": great chunks of text (approaching whole chapters!)are repeated word for word!