The Weekend That Changed the World: The Mystery of Jerusalem's Empty Tomb

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Peter Walker

The resurrection of Jesus is one of the most hotly debated issues in religion. This book aims to answer the questions that surround it. In a non-technical but detailed investigation, Peter Walker explains why three days in history changed the world forever, examining the resurrection in 3 parts: The Story recaptures the events of those three days: who was there, what time everything happened, the response of the disciples and early church. The Setting looks at the Garden Tomb and The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem: the two most likely sites for Jesus' burial. It studies the archaeological findings, gospel evidence and the early stories of the resurrection, to find out where this might have happened. The Sequel examines what the resurrection means to people now, highlighting how the Garden Tomb has been a source of peace through the troubled times of Israel and Palestine, and a powerful inspiration to many who have sought its truth. Maps, diagrams and colour photographs make this a fascinating documentary.