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5 Stars: (Professional Review)

"I would give the book ten stars out
of five, but I'm afraid I wouldn't do
it justice!

This book is a nourishing feast for
the mind and soul. The amount of
research that went into it is
obvious in the vivid descriptions
of ancient places and important
figures in the time of Christ.

What I love the most about this
book is its refreshingly human,
yet reverent portrayal of Jesus.
Yes, he is the Son of God, but in
this book, readers get to see Him
both in all His divine glory and
all His vibrant humanity.

A lot of people seem to find it
hard to portray Jesus as a fully
human being with fully divine power,
and I find it refreshing that the
author found the inspiration to portray
Christ as He should be portrayed:
as Someone whom it is very easy
to love."

-- Alex Szollo

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5.0 out of 5 stars (Amazon)

"What kind of 'dudes' did Jesus hang
out with? This volume will tell you.

A very real, rough, earthy and
probably accurate look at Jesus and
his disciples. Has to be the first
account of Jesus having a dog.

As the story unfolds, we learn that
Jesus hung out with a rough and
rowdy crowd. Very likely to be true.

As a special bonus, a very poetic
rendering of the first chapter of
John is at the end of the book. A
real pot of gold at the end of the
rainbow.

Read it!"


5.0 out of 5 stars (Amazon)

"Even if the reader realizes that
there's some fiction intertwined
with facts, this unusual page turner
depicts the life of Jesus so uniquely
that it was hard for me to put it
down.

Now more than ever, our celebrity
hung-up society needs to read
stories like 'The Justus Scrolls.'

I highly recommend it."

-- Andrew J. Rodriguez
Author, "Adios, Havana, a Memoir"


5.0 out of 5 stars (Amazon)

Awesome Christian fiction.
Couldn't put it down!

This is one of the very best
Christian fiction books I have ever
read.

The author (Morris), employs a
disciple, one Joseph bar Sabbas
-- called Justus, to tell the story.
Justus was a man who loved and
followed Jesus for almost four years.
He was one of two men the apostles
selected to replace Judas Iscariot
after his betrayal and suicide.
But of the two, Justus was not the
one chosen.

Did this mean that God had
something else in mind for Justus?

While Justus tells the same story as
the Gospel writers, he speaks more
of the human side of Jesus. Jesus
chose rough men -- waterfront
toughs -- for His apostles. They
talked rough, probably drank too
much and like most men, sometimes
acted like children.

The book has everything; love, hate,
laughter, pain and best of all,
redemption. I loved it and
recommend it to everyone.

You can't help but feel that you
are actuallly there."