Caiaphas Encounters Jesus And Leaves The Sanhedrin According To Historical Document

Did you know that according to ancient Historical documents that were found, Caiaphas had an encounter with Jesus Christ and as a result, left his position as a member of the Sanhedrin?

I am not going to comment on this, nor am I going to try to come up with reasons to disprove or approve this claim. It is recorded in some documents in a book that was found in the Vatican.

Here is what a reviewer says about the book:

“This book is a reprint of a 19th-century volume containing a series of reports from Jewish and pagan sources contemporary with Christ that relate to the life and death of Jesus. It includes interviews with the shepherds, Gamaliel’s interview with Joseph and Mary, Caiaphas’s reports to the Sanhedrin, Herod Antipater’s defense before the Senate for the slaughter of the innocents, and Herod Antipas’s defense before the Senate- copied from ancient manuscripts in old libraries at Rome and Constantinople and translated into English.”

This is good, because there are those who subtly tell stories that indicate the stories recorded in the Bible as being myths or never having happened. There is more evidence that these things really did happen though.

This book, although Historical, does not replace the authority of the Bible. But, as far as looking for Historical evidence of things or events that happened during the days of Jesus’ life on earth, or, during the time of the early church, this book could be very informative.

The name of the book is, ‘Ancient Records of the Birth, Life, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ” written by Oran Herschberger.

I ordered it a couple of days ago, from a third party seller, for around $23, but today, a copy of the book from is $99. I would recommend doing an Internet search first, or check back every day to see if a new seller is carrying the book.

*Update*: You can order this book for $11.99 at Living Waters



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