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  • Joe Brand - Zealot—an excellent read for a seasoned Christian

    My conclusion is that Aslan is well qualified as an intellectual biblical scholar. His description of the times of Jesus is excellent. He provides a very enlightening review of the Roman occupation through the destruction of the temple and near eradication of the Jerusalem versions of Judaism and Christianity.

    Although (as far as I can tell) his historical facts are quite accurate and well referenced, he draws some unsubstantiated, reasonable conclusions that are at odds with traditional Christian thinking. I do not consider this a problem for the seasoned Christian since it is fairly easy to separate facts from the author’s speculations. However, for a new or nave Christian, the book may be problematic. There are several conclusions at odds with traditional Christian thinking: Jesus saw himself as a political messiah, who would usher in the kingdom of God; i.e., he would lead a revolt in order to restore Israel to be under God’s control. He meant what he said (literally) with the quote, “I come not to bring peace but a sword.” He did not consider himself divine nor to be the savior of the world. Aslan considered the religion of Paul to be quite at odds with that of Jesus and his immediate followers. He presents a very interesting discussion of a bitter divide between Paul and the Jerusalem Christian leaders that is only hinted at in Scripture.

    On the other hand, Aslan makes no attempt to minimize Jesus’ reputation as a divine healer, and does not deny the resurrection. He seems to accept post resurrection experiences of disciples without endorsing the resurrection as historical.

    Even though many of my convictions are at odds with Aslan’s, I give his book five stars because it is very interesting, enlightening, and challenging. Aslan is to be commended for sharing his extensive research and thoughtful conclusions.