Jesus, The True Story
From Libraries Around the World
by Elizabeth MacDonald Burrows
368 pages, 6x9, $19.95 Trade Paper ISBN 978-1-59663-704-7
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This book took a quarter of a century to research and write, and is considered one the most accurate biographies ever written about Jesus the Christ.
From manuscripts in the Royal Library of England to the secret archives of the Roman Vatican, the life, the lost years, and the secret teachings of Jesus the Christ are herewith revealed. Journey from the home of Jesus’ Grandmother and Grandfather, Anna and Joachim, to the cave of his birth, and tour with the master through the period referred to as The Lost Years. Read a translation of the letter Jesus wrote to his mother, which brought him out of the land of the Pharaohs to answer the call of his destiny. And stand with Jesus during his trial before Pilate, now brought to life through a transcript of the court trial and a copy of the death warrant.
Lastly, travel with Joseph of Arimathea, as he, Mary, sister of Jesus’ mother, Mary Magdalene, Martha and Lazarus, forced into exile, go by boat to England. Granted amnesty by Arviragus, Prince of the royal Silures of Britain, the Holy family builds the first Christian church on British soil. Their dedication ultimately lays the foundation for what will later be known as the Church of England.
No other writer presents such an intimate view of the master from Galilee.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Starting a public speaking career at the age of five, Elizabeth has traveled internationally, conducting lectures, seminars and classes in many countries. Listed in Who’s Who in America, she has been the guest on hundreds of radio and television shows. Elizabeth is a published author in fiction, non-fiction and poetry, and has won numerous awards. Her search for the reality of God led her on a remarkable mystical adventure, ultimately fusing her mind with the creative consciousness of the universe. Shortly thereafter, she renounced a personal life to serve as a spiritual educator. Elizabeth has devoted over a quarter of a century to the study of ancient Christian manuscripts. Considered one of the foremost authorities in the world on the life of Christ, Elizabeth has deciphered some of the most complex work ever written, including St. John’s Revelation. Author of several books, she has appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows, and is listed in Who’s Who in America.
Books by Elizabeth MacDonald Burrows
Fiction (Fantasy from Sense of Wonder Press): Maya Sangh and the Valley of the White Ones; Htare: Assignment–Operation Earth Angel
Non-Fiction (Seaboard Press): Mystic Voyage: A Journey of Spiritual Mastership; The Lost Jesus Scroll; Jesus, The True Story; The Hidden Secret of the Apocalypse: St. John's Revelation Decoded