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Son of God By Angela Tilby

Son of God
by Angela Tilby

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Son of God is the book of a major three-part BBC TV series, presented by Jeremy Bowen and to be broadcast next Easter
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Son of God by Angela Tilby

What can we really know about Jesus of Nazareth, the founder of Christianity? Two thousand years after his death the answer is that we know a great deal, probably more than has been known about him at any time since he walked the hills of Galilee. This book, based on the BBC series, reconstructs all we know to date about the historical Jesus, through written sources, archaeology, science and the ingenuity of computer graphics. This very state of the art account examines all the claims made about Jesus, his existence, his strange birth, his background and parents, his life and death. Reading this evidence really brings this elusive figure to life and supporting computer graphics add unique, fresh insights.

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About Angela Tilby


ANGELA TILBY is a tutor at Westcott House, Cambridge. She formerly worked for the BBC as a documentary film-maker, and continues to broadcast frequently on Radio 4's Thought for the Day. Her books include Science and the Soul, for which she won a Templeton Prize. In the course of her BBC career she made over 30 television documentaries, including The Hidden Tradition, which won a silver medal at the New York Festival. An episode of her four part series Lives of Jesus, presented by Mark Tully, won the Sandford St Martin Premier Award for 1996-7. She trained for ordination at Cranmer Hall in Durham and was ordained to the priesthood in 1998. She has been a member of the Church of England's Liturgical Commission from 1997.

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GOR000879690
Son of God by Angela Tilby
Angela Tilby
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
2001-04-05
256
0340785780
9780340785782
N/A
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