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The fifth gospel
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A lost gospel, a contentious relic, and a dying pope"s final wish converge to send two brothers--both Vatican priests--on an intellectual quest to untangle Christianity"s greatest historical mystery.
|Other titles||5th gospel|
|Series||Thorndike Press large print mystery, Thorndike large print mystery series|
|LC Classifications||PS3603.A435 F54 2015b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||719 pages (large print)|
|Number of Pages||719|
|LC Control Number||2014045904|
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The #1 Indie Next Pick and instant, long-running New York Times bestseller from Ian Caldwell, coauthor of the international sensation The Rule of Four: The Fifth Gospel is a masterful intellectual thriller that “will change the way you look at organized religion, humanity, and perhaps yourself” (David Baldacci).
Acclaimed by critics as a “smart, suspenseful thriller” (People) that Caldwell (The Rule of Four, ) makes intriguing literature from complex theology, weaving in a text lost to history, the Shroud of Turin and Vatican duplicity."I can’t remember a time when I didn’t live in the Vatican," says Father Alex Andreou, an Eastern Catholic theology instructor.
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The Old Testament book known as the ‘Fifth Gospel’ even called by many patristic authors the “Fifth Gospel.” In fact, St. Jerome (c) claimed Isaiah “should be called an evangelist rather than a prophet because he describes all the mysteries of Christ and the church so clearly that you would think he is composing a history.