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The Sindon

A kabbalist is entrusted with hiding the burial linen of Christ. Rather than reveal the location, he is killed, but not before leaving a cipher. A many-faceted answer leads a search across the Roman Empire for the sindon—the shroud of Jesus. Three years after Jesus’ resurrection, Justus, the Roman chief advocate and a code-breaker, teams […]

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Catacombs

Responding to an urgent request to help Jesus, a childhood friend, Justus (a gifted Roman advocate) boards a ship to Judea.  As the ship breaks up in a violent storm, Justus saves Michal (a Greek athlete) and their friendship begins.  Navigating from the wreckage to Jerusalem, they visit the tombs of Israel’s patriarchs and find […]

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Latest Blog Posts

The Four Gospel Accounts of Christ’s Resurrection Part 3

  In my last two Blogs, I presented the apparent differences in the four Gospel accounts of the resurrection of Jesus and provided a foundation for creating a timeline. In this article, I will provide a time bar that perfectly fits all the events in the biblical descriptions with no contradictions.   Before beginning, understand […]

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The Four Gospel Accounts of Christ’s Resurrection Part 2

  In my last Blog I showed the apparent differences in the four Gospel accounts of resurrection. A solid foundation must be laid before being able to harmonize those accounts.   First, understand Matthew’s writing style. Consider Matthew 2:7-16   7 Then Herod, when he had secretly called the wise men, determined from them what time […]

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The Four Gospel Accounts of Christ’s Resurrection Part 1

  With Easter coming early this year, revisiting the four Gospel accounts of Jesus’ resurrection now is imperative.   Some people believe the four versions are “hopelessly contradictory”. Others believe they were written by four different men describing the same event from four different viewpoints.  They claim the differences underscore the truth of the story.  […]

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About Larry Massa

Larry Massa is a retired naval civil servant and retired instructor of mathematical statistics, who still consults for a major defense contractor. A long-time Christian leader and teacher, he has a gift for unraveling biblical complexities, and has written multiple articles of explanation and interpretation for difficult passages.