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Holy Chocolate!

Readers of my blogs know that I’ve been into “conversos” recently. If I had the time, I’d write a book called “The Hidden History of the Conversos” or, “The Converso Impact on Western History”. I’ve pointed out that these “conversos” […]

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Pulitzer Prize Finalist

I just read a very, very insightful book on the world of William Shakespeare (“Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare” by Stephen Greenblat).

Holy Chocolate!

Readers of my blogs know that I’ve been into “conversos” recently. If I had the time, I’d write a book called “The Hidden History of

Stellar performances finally gain the limelight

My good friend, Rabbi David Ostriker’s brother – one of the world’s experts on dark matter – just wrote a history of the dark stuff. I’m fascinated by

The Rarest Blue Awarded The Jewish Journal Book Prize

"The Rarest Blue is an example of a book that is worthy of attention both for its literary merit and for its Jewish interest... The making of a memorable

Mark Mattison’s Review Paul and Jesus

Mark Mattison has just posted a review of James Tabor's new book Paul and Jesus on “The Paul Page,” a web site that critically explores current academic

John Greene review of Digging through the Bible

(Click here for the full John Greene review of Digging through the Bible) Digging through the Bible: Modern Archaeology and Ancient Bible (Rowman and Littlefield, 2008 hardback, 2009,

Full John Greene review of Digging through the Bible

John Greene review

RICHARD A. FREUND DIGGING THROUGH THE BIBLE: UNDERSTANDING BIBLICAL PEOPLE, PLACES, AND CONTROVERSIES THROUGH ARCHAEOLOGY NEW YORK: ROWAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS, INC., 2009, 381

The Secret Roots of Christianity: Decoding Religious History with Symbols on Ancient Coins [Paperback]

Here is information about a great book decoding early Christianity from coins! Click here to purchase. Traditional religious history preserves a rarely acknowledged secret that Christianity developed from at

Paul and Jesus – New Book

This superb, well written book carefully shows just how different Paul’s religion was from that of Jesus and his first followers. Paul, of course, never met the Jesus

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