The Book And Movie Certainly Got Tongues Wagging, But Is The Story True?

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Xulon Press presents an original take on a centuries’ old rumor.

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I was inspired to write this book when I saw internet articles and the movie Da Vinci Code stating that Jesus was married and I wanted to know the truth for myself and share my findings

Author Kristi Daniel shares her research into Jesus’ personal life in Jesus and Mary Magdalene: The Rumor That Won’t Go Away (paperback, 9781630508548; e-book, 9781630508555).

Daniel felt that her faith was being threatened when she started hearing stories offering a different take on the Holy Grail than was ever postulated by Indiana Jones. She decided to trace the rumor to its source and now shares her findings with her readers.

“I was inspired to write this book when I saw internet articles and the movie Da Vinci Code stating that Jesus was married and I wanted to know the truth for myself and share my findings,” said Daniel.

Kristi Daniel works for Central Florida Regional Transportation as a transportation supervisor. She has raised five children, as well as serving in church leadership and teaching various Bible classes. Her 27 years of experience in personal Bible study are reflected in her faith-based blog, “Stretching Your Faith.”

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Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Jesus and Mary Magdalene is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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