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The Galileans

The Galileans Life forever changes for Joseph of Galilee a young physician when he meets Mary of Magdala a beautiful dancer bent on revenge against a haughty Roman officer Gaius Flaccus And then they both come

  • Title: The Galileans
  • Author: Frank G. Slaughter
  • ISBN: 9780671809874
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • Life forever changes for Joseph of Galilee, a young physician, when he meets Mary of Magdala, a beautiful dancer bent on revenge against a haughty Roman officer, Gaius Flaccus And then they both come face to face with Jesus of Nazareth and uncover a plot to kill him Can they help Should they A novel originally published in 1953, beautifully captures Biblical times andLife forever changes for Joseph of Galilee, a young physician, when he meets Mary of Magdala, a beautiful dancer bent on revenge against a haughty Roman officer, Gaius Flaccus And then they both come face to face with Jesus of Nazareth and uncover a plot to kill him Can they help Should they A novel originally published in 1953, beautifully captures Biblical times and allows the reader to be drawn into the story, a story like none other, when God walked among men and women.

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    1. I pulled this book out of one of numerous stacks of books in the attic,and found a birthday card to my grandmother dated april 1953. It was a gift to her from a church friend. This was a great book to read through holy week, as it follows Mary Magdalene and Joseph of Arimathea and their budding faith in The Christ. Frank Slaughter's books are always so enjoyable and I would suggest this read to everyone.

    2. The Galileans by Dr. Frank Slaughter reads like the masturbatory fantasy of a narcisstic Christian physician. This so-called "Novel of Mary Magdalene" is in actuality the imagined love story of Joseph of Arithmea and Mary Magdalene, and Joseph is the real main character here. He is portrayed as an accomplished surgeon and brave savior of Mary Magdalene, while in actuality, the bible says Joseph is a rich trader of metals, as well as an early follower of Christ and bearer of Christ's body to the [...]

    3. There were many problems with this book, but probably the most annoying for me was how much everything revolves around how the main character, Joseph, is a physician. You can tell the author is a surgeon, because the (many) medical procedures Joseph performs in the book are described in such detail you could use it as a manual. I'm like I get it, you saved the chief thief's life, do you really need to explain exactly where you made each incision and every other gory detail? Even every instrument [...]

    4. A novel of Mary Magdalen: The first seventy five per cent of this novel was a bit sexual. The Crown and the Cross, the Life of Christ, was my pick of the three Slaughters I've read, followed by The Road to Bithynia, a novel of Luke, which committed an injustice to Paul, and then this one, The Galileans.

    5. I liked it a lot. The author clearly had done much research for historical accuracy. I did feel that the blurb on the back was a bit misleading as more than 2/3 had nothing to do with Mary meeting Jesus.

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