Behold the Man By Bodie and Brock Thoene

Behold the Man 
By Bodie and Brock Thoene

Behold the Man

About the Book

Encounter the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth in this culmination of the Jerusalem Chronicles.

 

How could Jesus—who preached righteousness before God, and love and mercy toward neighbors—be so hated and pursued? To the Temple officials, he was a threat to the livelihood and authority of the priesthood. To Herod Antipas, he was a threat to his ambition to be the King of the Jews. And to the Roman overlords, he was seen as a dangerous threat; a man who commanded an army of the common people. He could heal wounds, offer miraculous provisions, and even raise from the dead. If Jesus had accepted popular acclaim and become an earthly king, he would have been unstoppable.

 

Jesus’s last days are explored through three people who interacted with him: Governor Pilate, for whom Judea will either make or break his career; Pilate’s wife, Claudia, desperately seeking aid for her much loved, crippled son; and Centurion Marcus Longinus, caught in the middle between loyalty to the Empire, love for Claudia, and an ever-increasing belief in Jesus as the Son of God. After encountering Jesus, none of them will ever be the same.

 

MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK

Behold the Man is book three in the Jerusalem Chronicles,  its been quite a while since I read the first two books, so it took me a while to get into this one, even though some of the scenes are somewhat the same.  In Behold the Man, the Thoene’s go deeper into the lives of Pilate and his wife, as well as their disabled son, as well as a few others in and around the Governor’s household. As with all of the Thoene book, I enjoyed reading this one, and I would recommend Behold the Man to anyone who enjoys Christian fiction!

I received this book from BookLook Bloggers to read and review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 55.

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