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Propositum by Sean P. Curley
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Propositum

by Sean P. Curley

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It's going to take some time today to really think about this one. What a compelling "what if"! It matches so closely to what has been said DID happen, that it cannot be just tossed aside when finished and say, "Well, that was a good story." It's more than that. To be continued... ( )
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"If Jesus did not exist, then how did Christianity form? Inside a rich landscape of the failing Roman Republic and a tumultuous Jewish population is an ambitious and visionary ex-Senator who conspires with Paul of Tarsus to create something... better. This provocative historical novel melds the birth of Christianity with recent scholarly works and delivers a shocking, but plausible, story of Christianity's formation and the Christ myth"--Back cover.… (more)

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