Life In Jesus' Time

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April 12-19 Podcast

Scott Korb discusses life in first-century Palestine.
Life in Year One is not a book about Jesus, but about the time in which Jesus lived, explains author Scott Korb. What did people eat, where did they work and worship, and what was their relationship to Roman authorities? Few historical records of the time exist, so looking back at this era requires moral imagination--a habit that, if cultivated properly, could help readers connect to the poor and destitute of our own time.
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