Harry Freedman

Biography

I was born in London where I now live with my wife Karen. I have two adult children. I have a PhD in an Aramaic translation of the Bible and have written both fiction and non-fiction books and articles

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Books

The Gospels' Veiled Agenda- Revolution, Priesthood & The Holy Grail
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 56,420. Language: English. Published: November 18, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » History » Civilization, Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Bibles
The legend of the Holy Grail has captured the imagination of millions of people for hundreds of years. It has been sought in the most unlikely places. But like all good mysteries, we only solve it when we look in the most obvious hiding place. The only thing we know for sure is that the grail is connected to Jesus. So why not look for it it the books that tell us about Jesus- in the Gospels?
Jerusalem Imperilled
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 75,910. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
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The year is 66 AD. Jerusalem is in the grip of the corrupt, venal Procurator, Gessius Florus. Political and revolutionary groups struggle for dominance, religious sects quarrel, the Procurator’s iron grip overshadows all. A Jewish slave in the port of Ostia, where the boats from Judea dock, chronicles the conflicts, conspiracies and intrigues that threaten to overwhelm his homeland.

Harry Freedman's tag cloud

barabbas    bible    christian history    christianity    gospels    holy grail    israel    jerusalem    jesus    jewish history    john the baptist    judaism    judea    midrash    new testament    pontius pilate    rome    talmud    temple   

Smashwords book reviews by Harry Freedman

  • The Principal of Rivington Street on Dec. 11, 2011

    Who by fire and who by water? What do you do when you are both driven by a dream and haunted by a premonition? The Principal of Rivington Street has to decide which to follow. In a short, beautifully crafted cameo Henry Mazel presents us with a stark choice- follow the dream notwithstanding the fear of where it may end, or stick with what we have? An excellent read.