The Christ Trial

Book The Christ Trial

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- By: Roger (based on the Original Story By Basil Bova & Roger Dixon) Dixon(Author)
- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:256
- Publisher: Pinnacle (1973)
- Bestsellers rank: 6
- Category: Other books
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Based on the original story by Basil Bova&Roger Dixon

Based on the original story by Basil Bova&Roger Dixon

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  • By Poppy on August 29, 2016

    This is one of the most profound stories I've ever read about Jesus, which I first read when I was in high school many years ago. I wish someone would make it into a movie. It could be phenomenal!

  • By W. Powell on May 1, 2010

    I was so drawn in by the plot, characters and unpredictable outcome of this book. The story just pulls you in and keeps you wondering how will it end. "The Christ Trial" reads like one big stage production that you are unknowingly participating in. No, you won't find yourself on the witness stand answering questions about Jesus being the Son of God. But you'll definitely have to come up with a truthful answer to yourself about your own belief or disbelief in Christ and his teachings.This little book found me as I was walking by a second hand store with books out front for $1.00. After a most entertaining and thought-provoking read I must say I got away with the steal of the millennium. The book is peopled with characters, both biblical and modern, that bring so much of ourselves to the trial of Christ. The fact that Jesus is on trial and being charged with "Fraud" sets the stage for a riveting courtroom drama. If you come across the book, know that it was meant for you to read and re-evaluate your own belief system. Are you trying to live your life in a way that is in line with the teachings of your religion?This book can change you! I took away one star just because I was thrown off by a few characters in the story that didn't seem to move the plot along. But then again, maybe I'll discover their purpose while thinking over the story. It was that deep and impressive.Excerpt from page 128:The clerk rose to face the prisoner. "Are you Jesus of Nazareth?"Father O'Connell inclined his head. "I am," he said quietly."You are charged with fraud - in that, being an ordinary man, you deliberately led others to believe you enjoyed some special relationship with Almighty God, specifically, that you were his only Son." The clerk looked up at him. "How do you plead? Guilty, or not guilty?"Pinnacle Books paperback edition 1974

  • By Robert Bell on May 18, 2013

    Over the years I have owned two copies of his book and have given both as gifts to friends. It is now time for me to get another copy.. Time to begin again.

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