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5.0 étoiles sur 5Captivating!17 juin 2006
Par Lindsay Fowler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Dr. Manusov's book is spectacular with its mix of historical fact and captivating fiction, which leaves the reader wanting to search for a deeper level of spirituality. The feminine divine is highlighted in a world that is frequently addressed, but from a rare viewpoint--the world after Jesus' crucifixion from eyes other than those of His disciples.
As the vivid description stimulates all five senses, the reader is pulled into the story and captured in the ancient time. At the conclusion, one can only hope to find a love like that between Ahavah and Simon, who have a chemistry and dynamic that's paramount and represented a most innocent way.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Great food for thought16 octobre 2009
Par Percussive eccentric - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book suggests a credible history based on facts which are well-researched and are supported by other writers. It is an enjoyable and interesting read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5What if?29 juillet 2005
Par Joyce A. Edmondson - Publié sur Amazon.com
"What if" Yeshua (Jesus) had made a different choice; what if it were His Father's will for him to marry as other Rabbis did, and to have a daughter? What would this daughter and the world she lived in be like after the Resurrection? What would her role and experiences in life be?
These and many more fantasies are the substance of Eron Manusov's brilliant and moving novel presenting his research and imaginative, creative portrayal of the family and community of the "Path to truth" that lived in the generations immediately following Yeshua's.
Put aside what you think you know, and opening heart, mind and imagination, revel in the sheer beauty of Manosov's descriptive writing, while following the adventures of Ahavah and her chosen friend, companion and love as they leave the Essene caves to go forth into the "world." Innocent of all but the knowledge of her father's "way" of truth and light, she nevertheless must meet and face the rule of Herod who conceives himself as the Messiah bent on violent change to unite a nation. Follow Ahavah's adventures when she is forcefully kidnapped by her grandfather in Roman occupied Judea and Galilee.
With the warmth and support of a loving community of followers composed of family and friends of Yeshua who believe in a different way of peace, not violence, Ahavah makes new friends along the way, teaching them the "path of truth," the mission left to her by her father and mother.
Ahavah reveals her Father's teaching in words such as these: "When we are incensed by actions and claims of souls that do not know Kushta (truth), we are falling from the path of light." Or as Jesus would say, "Judge not that ye may not be judged."
This book will stir the imagination and give new meaning to the feminine or receptive nature in each of us, as well as an insight into a way to better understand ourselves as Christians.