Is it possible that Jesus was not Jewish? What would that mean to the faithful? In his lecture, Jesus the Phoenician, Karim El Koussa exposes, among other unprecedented certitudes, the origin of the Jewish faith and the true hidden identity of Jesus Christ.
Though the author claims no theological degree, as a Christian and a writer, he has read and researched extensively and compiled a sound, compelling argument that the traditionally accepted story of Jesus the Jew, though largely undisputed by the faithful in favor of the biblical version, is an impossibility.
By investigating the etymology of the name Jesus, other questions arise regarding the incompatibility between the Great Annunciation and traditional Jewish practices, as well as the true lineage of the family of the Messiah. Then, by examining the lives of the family, friends, and Disciples of Jesus, the circumstances of Jesus’ birth are challenged, establishing which Bethlehem the child savior was born in and substantiating the origins—Galilean or Jewish—of Jesus and his Disciples.
Furthermore, based on a new understanding of the true origins of Jesus and his apostles, El Koussa reveals the truth about Jesus by showing the many holes in the traditional Jewish and biblical history that point to Jesus having been a Jew. And finally, the reader is asked to consider the validity of the typically dismissed sources, the Apocrypha, the ex-biblical texts that suggest and support the theory of Jesus the Phoenician.
By investigating and analyzing the Old and New Testaments and numerous other books, Apocrypha, and scholarly sources, the author systematically debunks the traditionally accepted Jewish story of Jesus. It synthesizes a groundbreaking explanation for this historical and theological blunder.
Be ready to experience a World Revelation and a Christian Revolution …
The best-selling book Jesus the Phoenician can be ordered here.