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'Making of the Lamb' author Robert Bear

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"And did those feet in ancient time, walk upon England's mountains green?" England's national Jerusalem Hymn puts into verse ancient legends that Jesus traveled to Britain during the "missing years" that are not covered in the Bible. The Making of the Lambbrings the legends to life and touches the heart of Christianity.

The Jesus of this novel, an authentic Christian savior but unlike any portrayed before, mixes it up with pirates, druids, and Iron Age Celts. He faces shipwreck and war, and he grows in strength, wisdom, and compassion.

While driving home the significance of Christ's death and resurrection, The Making of the Lamb will entertain and delight anyone with an open mind and an appreciation for a thought provoking, exciting, and fast moving tale.


Author Robert Harley Bear

The Making of the Lamb is the product of years of research. Since 2004, Robert Harley Bear has studied late Iron Age archaeology, writings about druids and Celts from Irish legends to the annals of Julius Caesar, Biblical history, Roman history and stories and legends of the missing years of Jesus Christ.

Robert Harley Bear is an attorney and information technology consultant. In 2005, he was baptized at St. Paul's Parish, K Street, in Washington, DC, where he remains an active parishioner to this day. He taught the high school confirmation class for several years.

He enjoys competitive sailing and races an Albacore, a small two-man dinghy, around Chesapeake Bay and internationally. In 2011 he won the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association high-point trophy for the Albacore class.

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