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"The lastest addition to Benitez's best-selling and controversial "Trojan horse" series on Jesus of Nazareth now takes us to Jordan, Israel, where Jason and Eliseo, two American soldiers, travel back in time to continue investigating Jesus's life. There, the soldiers befriend Jesus's relatives and thus are able to understand the impact he had on society at that time, as well as the truth behind his baptism and the devil's temptation.
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