Jesus, Son of God or rabble-rouser...

The result of over a decade of research using analytic and comparative reading techniques of the New Testament searches in ancient documents and apocryphal manuscripts as well as an analysis of the etymology of the names of the characters who have come into contact with Jesus, not only allowed for their true identities to be revealed but also served to establish that Jesus was a married man and father, who with his brothers and sisters had given themselves the political mission to expel the Romans from Palestine. 

Unable to convince their fellow Galileans, the dozen revolutionaries decided to confront the Roman authorities in Jerusalem where they were thrown into prison for participating in a riot during which an assassination was committed. As the main instigator, Jesus went through a criminal trial in which he was charged, found guilty, and sentenced to death on the cross. 

And that's where his story should have ended... What happened after his death? Archaeological discoveries, an analysis of the order in which the New Testament texts were written, and research into first century AD traditions have revealed evidence that help shed light on what happened the day following his death and after.

This new reading highlights the inconsistencies of the legends of the Church who preferred to ignore the man that was Jesus in favor of the deified Christ of the Gospels. With Jesus, Son of God or rabble-rouser... the author delivers a methodical, rigorous and controversial study that will not fail to challenge.