James Wood


Born in January 1963, James entered the world at a turbulent time. James' loving parents offered stability and support in raising him. Later James moved to a small rural town near Washington, D.C.

James graduated high school and was deeply immersed into the electronics industry. When life became too hectic, James left his field and delivered newspapers for a number of years as his grandparents and parents had before him.

When the opportunity came to enter another type of work, James seized it and became a floor man and a painter but he never forgot his dream to write books.

This is why you are reading this now.

James and his wife, Alison are busy in the task of raising three children of their own.

Where to find James Wood online

Where to buy in print


The Resurrection Crucified
Price: Free! Words: 22,200. Language: English. Published: April 7, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Biblical Commentary / New Testament
Many believe that Jesus was crucified and resurrected. Is it possible that the gospels are full of contradictions in the crucifixion and resurrection accounts? If so, why would God expect someone with a rational mind to accept them? This book is an examination of the gospel accounts. What will you do when the truth about the stories of the crucifixion and resurrection is laid bare before you?
Leaving Jesus
Price: Free! Words: 109,420. Language: English. Published: October 23, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Comparative Religion, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christianity
(4.33 from 3 reviews)
A former Christian of 25 years, James entered a messianic congregation to learn their teachings. Convinced something was wrong, he left and studied to find the truth. In this book, James examines the "Messianic" prophecies that the gospel writers abused to point to Jesus. He rips the veil off of Christianity and reveals the truth of the Hebrew Scriptures. Written for Jews and Christians.

James Wood's tag cloud

bible    christ    christianity    crucifixion    desire    jesus    jewish    judaism    law    messiah    myth    resurrection    sin    torah   

Smashwords book reviews by James Wood