Desire of the Everlasting Hills: The World Before and After Jesus (Hinges of History)

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Book by Cahill Thomas

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"Divertingly instructive--gratifying--. ÝCahill¨ makes Jesus a still-living literary presence."--"The New York Times"
"Engaging--. Cahill strips away the pious accretions of 2000 years so that a picture of Jesus as an actual human being emerges."--"BookPage"
"A deft march through time and through theology in the making--. ÝCahill's¨ own gift-giving is his ability to climb inside the scholarship and enliven it."--"Philadelphia Inquirer"
"Cahill constructs his stories as occassions for celebration...He seeks to encourage a sense of appreciation for the gifts offered the present from the past...Each of his books offers moments of genuine insight into the workings of culture, literature, and the human heart." -Luke Timothy Johnson, "Commonweal"
"Compelling--powerful--. Cahill is a convivial storyteller."--"Portland Oregonian"

" Divertingly instructive-- gratifying-- . [Cahill] makes Jesus a still-living literary presence." -- "The New York Times"
" Engaging-- . Cahill strips away the pious accretions of 2000 years so that a picture of Jesus as an actual human being emerges." -- "BookPage"
" A deft march through time and through theology in the making-- . [Cahill's] own gift-giving is his ability to climb inside the scholarship and enliven it." -- "Philadelphia Inquirer"
" Cahill constructs his stories as occassions for celebration...He seeks to encourage a sense of appreciation for the gifts offered the present from the past...Each of his books offers moments of genuine insight into the workings of culture, literature, and the human heart." -Luke Timothy Johnson, "Commonweal"
" Compelling-- powerful-- . Cahill is a convivial storyteller." -- "Portland Oregonian"

"Divertingly instructive--gratifying--. [Cahill] makes Jesus a still-living literary presence."--"The New York Times"
"Engaging--. Cahill strips away the pious accretions of 2000 years so that a picture of Jesus as an actual human being emerges."--"BookPage"
"A deft march through time and through theology in the making--. [Cahill's] own gift-giving is his ability to climb inside the scholarship and enliven it."--"Philadelphia Inquirer"
"Cahill constructs his stories as occassions for celebration...He seeks to encourage a sense of appreciation for the gifts offered the present from the past...Each of his books offers moments of genuine insight into the workings of culture, literature, and the human heart." -Luke Timothy Johnson, "Commonweal"
"Compelling--powerful--. Cahill is a convivial storyteller."--"Portland Oregonian"

"Divertingly instructive gratifying . [Cahill] makes Jesus a still-living literary presence." The New York Times
"Engaging . Cahill strips away the pious accretions of 2000 years so that a picture of Jesus as an actual human being emerges." BookPage
"A deft march through time and through theology in the making . [Cahill's] own gift-giving is his ability to climb inside the scholarship and enliven it." Philadelphia Inquirer
"Cahill constructs his stories as occassions for celebration...He seeks to encourage a sense of appreciation for the gifts offered the present from the past...Each of his books offers moments of genuine insight into the workings of culture, literature, and the human heart." -Luke Timothy Johnson, Commonweal
"Compelling powerful . Cahill is a convivial storyteller." Portland Oregonian"

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A lucid rendering of the social and political world of Jesus explores the pervasive Greek cultural influences and the oppressive Roman presence that shaped first-century Palestine. Reprint. 125,000 first printing.

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