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Christian Beginnings – from Nazareth to Nicaea AD30-325

A review  This is a book which is, in the truest sense, radical. Geza Vermes, an historian of New Testament studies, is recognised as one of the world’s greatest experts on the historical Jesus, Christian beginnings and the Dead Sea … Continue reading

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Ikon review

Delighted to be reviewed in the Church Times (are you a reader?) Ikon Andrew Chapman Pilrig Publishing £9.99 (978-0-9564421-1-6) IKON is a picaresque novel, set in the closing years of the Byzantine Empire. Our young hero is Ioánnis, a fisherman … Continue reading

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