Confirming Yeshua Volume 1 & 2, authored by me, Otangelo Grasso, have been published and are up for sale on Amazon, both, in Kindle version, and as a paperback.
Confirming Yeshua Volume 1, Kindle version :
As paperback (493 pages): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BW28MPN7
Confirming Yeshua Volume 2, Kindle version:
As paperback (414 pages): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BW31GXH3
Joe Marino, Shroud of Turin expert, author of:
The 1988 C-14 Dating Of The Shroud of Turin: A Stunning Exposé:
Grasso's 2-volume work on Jesus of Nazareth is the most impressive work. It goes into painstaking details regarding every aspect of his impactful life and confirms his historicity. Dealing with every aspect of his existence, the work has numerous color pictures, tables, charts, and maps. Both epic volumes belong in everyone's collection, Christian and skeptic alike. Volume 1 examines Old Testament prophecies that found their fulfillment in Jesus, the reliability of the Gospels, the date of the crucifixion, and the reality of the Resurrection. Volume 2 examines the genealogy of Jesus, various skeptical claims against his existence, and the overwhelming amount of evidence that points to the Shroud of Turin being the actual burial cloth that wrapped Jesus in the tomb.
"Confirming Yeshua" is the "one-stop to go", probably the most comprehensive collection of information out there, corroborating Jesus Christ as the foreseen messiah in the Old Testament, the savior of the world in Isaiah 53..Volume 1 is an invaluable resource for readers seeking a deeper understanding of the evidence supporting the reality of Jesus Christ. Volume 1 explores one by one the fulfillment of over 300 prophecies about the Messiah in the life of Jesus, examines the historical reliability of the gospels, and provides evidence for the events surrounding the resurrection of Christ. With careful analysis of archaeological findings and textual evidence, the book demonstrates strong evidence supporting the historicity of Jesus and the accuracy of the Gospel accounts. In a world where misinformation and wrong claims are widely disseminated, "Confirming Yeshua" provides a comprehensive and evidence-based response to objections raised against the historicity of Jesus and his resurrection.
The books of the Old Testament contain various prophecies that point to the coming of the Messiah. In this book, we delve into the significance of the 356 prophecies about the coming of the Messiah, their fulfillment in the life of Jesus, and the evidence that supports their validity. We explore the prophecies in each book and the role they play in confirming Jesus as the Messiah. We examine how the prophecies describe the Messiah as the servant of the Lord, his role as a redeemer from sin, and his ultimate sacrifice on the cross.
It explores the prophecy of Daniel's seventy weeks and its significance in dating the book of Daniel. We discuss the start date of the prophecy and the historical and astronomical evidence that supports its validity. We also examine how the prophecy confirms Jesus as the Messiah and the exact date of his crucifixion and death.
For over two millennia, the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ have been the subject of intense study and debate. Scholars, theologians, and historians have attempted to uncover the exact date and time of his death, as well as the events leading up to his crucifixion and subsequent resurrection. In this book, we will explore some of the most compelling evidence and arguments related to these topics. One of the most significant debates surrounding Jesus' crucifixion is the exact date on which it occurred. Some scholars believe that Jesus died on Friday, April 3, AD 33, at about 3 p.m. We will analyze the significance of this date and time and what it may mean.
We will look at various archaeological discoveries to gain a better understanding of the context in which the gospels were written. We will also explore the various locations and people mentioned in the New Testament. We will examine the events surrounding the resurrection of Jesus and the evidence that corroborates and confirms its occurrence. We will also delve into the diverging reports in the gospels referring to the burial and resurrection of Jesus and attempt to explain the discrepancies.
The authenticity and historicity of the gospels have been questioned. This book provides evidence corroborating the authenticity and historicity of the events described in the four Gospels. What archaeological findings corroborate the historicity, and provide examples of undesigned coincidences between one chapter of one of the gospels, and the other gospels, and New Testament texts Throughout the book, readers will find examples of undesigned coincidences between the four Gospels and other New Testament texts, further supporting the gospel's authenticity. Undesigned coincidences are a type of internal evidence that supports the historical reliability of the New Testament. These are instances where two or more Gospel accounts contain details that when examined closely, complement and explain each other in a way that would be difficult to fabricate or coordinate.
"Confirming Yeshua" Volume 2 is an invaluable resource for readers seeking a deeper understanding of the evidence supporting the reality of Jesus Christ. Confirming Yeshua, Volume 2, provides a comprehensive exploration of the life, teachings, and significance of Jesus Christ from multiple perspectives.
Chapters 1 & 2
The first two chapters delve into the genealogy of Jesus and the concept of the God-Man, examining the differences between the genealogies in Matthew and Luke and the confirmation of Jesus as the Messiah. The burial and resurrection of Jesus are also discussed in chapter two, and objections to his resurrection are evaluated.
It focuses on the evidence of authenticity, archaeology, and undesigned coincidences in the book of Acts.
It examines a written debate between a Christian apologist and an atheist historian on the plausibility of the Christian faith.
The historicity of Jesus is explored, examining sources that testify to his existence and the reliability of the Gospels.
It delves into books that oppose Jesus Christ as an authentic historical figure and his resurrection.
Chapters 7 - 14
They take a deep dive into the history, science, and faith surrounding the Shroud of Turin. This burial cloth is believed by many to be the actual shroud in which Jesus of Nazareth was buried, and the image on the cloth is said to be a miraculous impression left by his body as he lay in the tomb. The book explores the biblical references to the burial shroud of Jesus, its chronology from AD 30 to the 14th century, recent scientific discoveries, and overwhelming cumulative evidence that supports its authenticity. The body image of the Shroud and the bloodstains on it are also examined in detail, as well as the various theories surrounding the creation of the image, including the possibility that it was created by radiation or some other unknown means. The author offers a balanced and objective look at the Shroud of Turin, examining both the evidence for and against its authenticity and exploring its spiritual and theological significance.
It delves into the question of what Jesus Christ looked like from a historical and cultural perspective. The chapter explores the different sources that provide insight into Jesus' appearance during his lifetime, including the Bible, contemporary descriptions, and cultural norms. The depiction of Jesus in art throughout history is also discussed, from early Christian mosaics to Renaissance paintings and contemporary works.
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