Secrets in Qumran: The Story of Jesus and Mary Magdalene by Beverley A. Young

Secrets in Qumran: The Story of Jesus and Mary Magdalene

Beverley A. Young
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Details

  • ISBN
    9781413784022 / 141378402X
  • Title Secrets in Qumran: The Story of Jesus and Mary Magdalene
  • Author Beverley A. Young
  • Category Historical Fiction
  • Format
    Paperback
  • Year 2007
  • Pages 252
  • Publisher
    Publish America
  • Imprint America Star Books
  • Language English
  • Dimensions 229mm x 14mm x 152mm

Annotation

How could a man as passionate about life as Jesus not love a woman? Secrets in Qumran is a tragic and compelling story of forbidden love, compassion, betrayal, intrigue, and murder. This book may be the closest well ever get to the truth about Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Jesus swept Mary into his arms and kissed her with a quiet passion that released all the feelings he had kept bottled inside for many months. They sat close together for a long while, savoring the moment. A fire crackled in the distance and the soft murmur of the disciples voices drifted back from the camp. The sights and sounds surrounded them like a warm blanket, and they reveled in its luxurious comfort. Far below them in the distance, a thousand shimmering flames marked the City of Jerusalem, like fireflies fleeing in the night. It seemed that the whole world lay at their feet.

Publisher Description

How could a man as passionate about life as Jesus not love a woman? Secrets in Qumran is a tragic and compelling story of forbidden love, compassion, betrayal, intrigue, and murder. This book may be the closest weall ever get to the truth about Jesus and Mary Magdalene. aJesus swept Mary into his arms and kissed her with a quiet passion that released all the feelings he had kept bottled inside for many months. They sat close together for a long while, savoring the moment. A fire crackled in the distance and the soft murmur of the disciplesa voices drifted back from the camp. The sights and sounds surrounded them like a warm blanket, and they reveled in its luxurious comfort. Far below them in the distance, a thousand shimmering flames marked the City of Jerusalem, like fireflies fleeing in the night. It seemed that the whole world lay at their feet.a

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