There were two men called Barabbas, both of them called Jesus Barabbas. They crucified the wrong one - but what about the one that got away? This book tells you.
Jerusalem AD 33 was a city in uproar, the authorities were struggling to keep the peace. An unusually candid view of the infighting that followed the death of Jesus, as seen by a lucky but unrepentant eye witness. An account which might help answer some of the New Testament's more puzzling questions.
WHY are the gospel accounts of Jesus' trial almost certainly wrong?
Why if Mary Magdalen was so central to Jesus' life does she abruptly vanish from the story?
WHY if Paul was such a misogynist were so many early churches led by women?
WHY do the disciples seem to have rejected Jesus' nominated successor?
One highly unlikely source might just have the most likely answers. In the words of Barabbas the robber - "I was there, and I saw, and I remember."
A plausible and fascinating suggestion of what might have happened. Why has no one written this story before?
Published: 15 July 2013
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