(PUBAnchor)The national bestseller now in softcover! Cahill's third volume in his Hinges of History series explains how and why a remote first-century Galilean rabbi became the pivotal figure in Western thought. "Divertingly instructive. Makes Jesus a still-living literary presence,"---New York Times. 368 pages, softcover.
Now in paperback, from the bestselling author of "How the Irish Saved Civilization" and "The Gifts of the Jews" comes Cahill's most compelling historical narrative yet. How did an obscure rabbi from a backwater of the Roman Empire come to be the central figure in Western Civilization? Did his influence in fact change the world? These are the questions that Cahill addresses in his subtle and engaging investigation into the life and times of Jesus.
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