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Restoring Jesus: A Fresh Look at Ancient Prophecies, Divine Signs, and Eyewitness Testimonies is a work of non-fiction examining religious ideas and past and present views on Jesus Christ and was penned by Jeffery Elliott. In this concise but insightful work, the author takes us back through history to the time of Jesus and utilizes scripture and other documentation to help us build an understanding of why the church became so popular when Christians were first converting. What results is a powerful depiction of Christ’s original, meaningful ideology, and some excellent discussions on how we can revive these ideas in the church in the modern day.
Jeffery Elliott has crafted a celebratory and informative work of non-fiction which both history and theology enthusiasts will be sure to enjoy reading. A true voyage of discovery, the narrative style of the author really lends itself to the empowering messages and interesting discovery of why Jesus was such a force for transformation in many people’s lives during his lifetime and beyond. The textual sections which deliver ‘eyewitness accounts’ and recollections of who Jesus was are well-chosen and well-edited into the flow of the book, and the author offers insightful explanations and historical details to add to these passages and make them come to life with fuller context. Overall, I would recommend Restoring Jesus as a read for the devoted and for those who may have fallen out of love with their faith in recent times: an insightful and uplifting work.