by Ben Ammi
No topic ignites the passions of the Christian public like that of “Jesus.” In fact, just the mention of the name often provokes the explosive retort of. “Don’t talk about my Jesus.” From that point on, reasonable dialogue of any kind is squashed, replaced by fiery and emotionally charged defenses of long held and long cherished beliefs.
It has only been in recent years that anyone dared to question any aspect of the Euro-Christian account of the son of Joseph, the carpenter from Nazareth. And then the discussion was limited to a debate about skin-color. While European scholarship continues to resist the obvious truth, that Yeshua was in fact a Black man, there is yet much more to the story which must be told.
Paperback: 95 pages