The Doubter's Testament

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A letter written two thousand years earlier leads to an archaeological discovery in India more important than the Dead Sea Scrolls, affirming the truth of the New Testament Gospels. It's the story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the fifty days leading up to the first Pentecost.

There are those who will stop at nothing to prevent its publication. Its announcement will eventually shake the foundations of a world fraught with atheism, but the real story is what is written ...

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Overview

A letter written two thousand years earlier leads to an archaeological discovery in India more important than the Dead Sea Scrolls, affirming the truth of the New Testament Gospels. It's the story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the fifty days leading up to the first Pentecost.

There are those who will stop at nothing to prevent its publication. Its announcement will eventually shake the foundations of a world fraught with atheism, but the real story is what is written in the ancient manuscript.

• What did the Roman guards placed at the tomb of the one known as the Christ

really see during the Lord's resurrection?

• What Holy Scriptures did a risen Christ speak of regarding Himself during His

first appearance before His disciples?

• What roles did all of His disciples play during the fifty-day period, and who were

the most notable among those known as The Seventy?

• What was the original Saul of Tarsus like before his encounter with the resurrected

Lord Jesus, and what was his relationship with one Stephen, who would eventually

become the first martyr?

• What was it like to behold the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven?

• What was it like to receive the Holy Spirit at the first Pentecost?

The authors attempt to answer these and other questions in this novel.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449744359
  • Publisher: WestBow Press A Division of Thomas Nelson
  • Publication date: 5/30/2012
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

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