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The Untold Story of Jesus and His Twin Brother, Judas Khrestus... Mystery and intrigue surround the church web of deceit, corruption, murder and debauchery. In THE BIBLE FRAUD, you will find the truth about Rabbi Jesus and his twin brother, their birth, marriages and deaths, as well as the bloodlines that have resulted from events of that time.


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The Untold Story of Jesus and His Twin Brother, Judas Khrestus... Mystery and intrigue surround the church web of deceit, corruption, murder and debauchery. In THE BIBLE FRAUD, you will find the truth about Rabbi Jesus and his twin brother, their birth, marriages and deaths, as well as the bloodlines that have resulted from events of that time.

30 review for The Bible Fraud: An Untold Story of Jesus Christ

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tom Stevens

    I bought several of Tony Bushby's books. The first one I read, The Bible Fraud, had some statements in the beginning, which shocked me, and I wondered if he might be off his rocker. I started checking everything he claimed by searching online and trying to find out if he had done good research. It all checked out. I am glad I didn't quit after coming across the first statement that seemed out of place. I reread the passage in question when I had calmed down, and realised that he was perfectly aw I bought several of Tony Bushby's books. The first one I read, The Bible Fraud, had some statements in the beginning, which shocked me, and I wondered if he might be off his rocker. I started checking everything he claimed by searching online and trying to find out if he had done good research. It all checked out. I am glad I didn't quit after coming across the first statement that seemed out of place. I reread the passage in question when I had calmed down, and realised that he was perfectly aware of the discrepancy. He described a statue of a Roman that said 9BC on it. This infuriated me because I "knew" that a statue of a Roman could not have the letters "BC" in its date. I wondered if he was interpreting the date to indicate "9 BC". He goes on to point out that the statue could only have been made after this form of dating had started being used. I had almost thrown the book out before that point. Bushby derives certain clues from this. He relies on some ciphers, which, I know many people find inconclusive. His next book "The Crucifixion of The Truth" tells us that many people sent him corroborating evidence of the deductions he publishes in The Bible Fraud, vindicating his earlier conclusions. To me this reads like a detective story. While some of the author's claims can seem a little outrageous he does make sense of the whole way Christianity came about and has the most plausible explanation I have come across. I am not 100% convinced of every detail, but his proposals are definitely worth considering as being highly likely. Some events he tracks down from ancient historical records are at odds with some segments of history and this will inevitably result in controversy. I think he has contributed richly to the debate on the historicity of Jesus and has made connections which make perfect sense, and mostly follow reasonable logic.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Greg

    I'm not a religious person, but as a person interested in history, I found this book fascinating. We've truly been lied to for thousands of years.

  3. 4 out of 5

    M S

    Couldve been better researched, couldve delivered a more solid knockout punch. Instead comes off as gossip, not reasearch. Unfortunate as the title is very promising indeed. Still an interesting bit of aromatic pabulum.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Maxwell

    Very enjoyable read. A lot of the British stuff I glossed over but the chapters on THE EARLY CHURCHMEN, HOW THE GOSPELS CAME INTO BEING, FORGERY IN THE NEW TESTAMENT and HOW THE TWINS BECAME GOD were simply OUTSTANDING. In fact I am keeping the boook solely to have those 4 chapters as a reference. I did not agree 100% with the whole book. But as already mentioned those 4 chapters mentioned above were a complete eye opener for me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marlene

    I really enjoyed it. Very interesting and informative.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patsy

    Excellent insight into the myths of the Jesus stories.

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    Jen

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    Daniel Hernandez

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    Bonnie Knight

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    John Widener

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    Victoria

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    Martin

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    Ludivine Duflot

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    Louanne Sluiter White

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    James

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    Luis González

  17. 5 out of 5

    Janet

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    Erik Tavis

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    Stefane Perlot

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    Debbie

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    Sigcino

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    Ray

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    Tara

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    Onome

  25. 4 out of 5

    marie

  26. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Baxter

  27. 5 out of 5

    JASMINE MIRAGE

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kim

  29. 4 out of 5

    Prabhu

  30. 4 out of 5

    Melonie Dappie

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