Retracing Jesus' steps in the land where he lived and preached, Charles M. Sennot, the award-winning Middle East correspondent of The Boston Globe, finds similar themes resonating today as they did two thousand years ago: economic injustice, military occupation, religious extremism, apocalyptic prophecies, and the quest to control Jerusalem. The Body and the Blood is Sennott's journalistic pilgrimage through the vanishing Christian communities of the Holy Land, from Nazareth and Bethlehem to Egypt and Lebanon and finally Jerusalem itself, during a gripping year that was also a critical turning point for the future of the region. 479 pages.
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