Unholy Grail Book One: Fact or Fiction – Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene

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21 Responses to Unholy Grail Book One: Fact or Fiction – Mary Magdalene

  1. Kaspar says:

    Came to your blog through Stumbleupon. You know I am subscribing to your feed.

  2. momochii says:

    Thanks for an idea, you sparked at thought from a angle I hadn’t given thoguht to yet. Now lets see if I can do something with it.

  3. BlogMaster says:

    What “jumps in assumptions” are you referring to?

  4. Tamber says:

    Wow! Great thiknnig! JK

  5. Elric says:

    It’s spooky how cleevr some ppl are. Thanks!

  6. Flossy says:

    You’re the one with the brains here. I’m wathcing for your posts.

  7. Henny says:

    Such a deep asenwr! GD&RVVF

  8. Starleigh says:

    You have shed a ray of ssunhine into the forum. Thanks!

  9. BlogMaster says:

    What is the issue?

  10. Fantastic post. Some good points you mention in there.

  11. Valinda says:

    Wow, that’s a really cveler way of thinking about it!

  12. Marylada says:

    Holy shzniit, this is so cool thank you.

  13. Books Advanced Search New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers foibles, hang-ups, hurts that shaped them. They are people, even acquaintances to me now, not just characters on the stage of the gospel times. I did not read the DaVinci code but saw the movie quite a while after I read Unholy Grail. Having already solidified my own perceptions of the historically related facts, I was, to say the least, unimpressed by DaVinci Code. The research undertaken by the author of Unholy Grail into the occult, religious and cultural views of the time are a tremendous asset to this story. While some of the scenes were somewhat more graphic than I expected them to be, none of it was gratuitous in its purpose and presentation. I would recommend this book to any mature person who enjoys historical fiction or gospel related reading. Good luck with the book Rick. – Cathy

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