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Recommendations & Reviews

What Scholars are saying about Creating Christ

“I have rarely encountered a book so original, exciting, accessible and informed on subjects that are of obvious importance to the world and to which I have myself devoted such a large part of my scholarly career studying.


In this book they have rendered a startling new understanding of Christianity with a controversial theory of its Roman provenance that is accessible to the layman in a very powerful way. In the process, they present new and comprehensive archeological and iconographic evidence, as well as utilizing the widest and most cutting edge work of other recent scholars, including myself.


This is a work of outstanding and original scholarship. Its arguments are a brilliant, profound and thorough integration of the relevant evidence. When they are done, the conclusion is inescapable and obviously profound.”

Robert Eisenman



Robert Eisenman
Robert Eisenman

Professor Emeritus of Middle East Religions, Archaeology, and Islamic Law, Visiting Scholar Member of Linacre College, Oxford University, National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow at the American School of Oriental Research (Albright Institute of Archaeological Research), Jerusalem, Israel, from 1985–86, Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Oxford, U.K., from 1986-1987, editor and translator (with James Robinson) A Facsimile Edition of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and author of James the Brother of Jesus, The Dead Sea Scrolls and the First Christians, Maccabees, Zadokites, Christians and Qumran: A New Hypothesis of Qumran Origins, The Dead Sea Scrolls Uncovered  (with Michael Wise), The New Testament Code and The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception (with Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh).




"A fascinating and provocative investigative history of ideas, boldly exploring a problem that previous scholarship has not clearly or credibly addressed: how (and why!) the Flavian dynasty wove Christianity into the very fabric of Western civilization."


Mark Riebling, author of Church of Spies: The Pope's Secret War Against Hitler

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