The Epistle Of Nicodemus
Concerning The Birt Of Jesus Of Nazareth

Nicodemus Book Contents

1. The Epistle of Nicodemus - his purpose in writing

2. The person and authority of Nicodemus

3. The Meeting of the Sanhedrin six months before the Crucifixion

4. The defence of Nicodemus

5. The Nativity Stories: those people who would have known of the events had they been true

6. The purpose behind the Nativity accounts

7. The intention and example of Nicodemus in challenging the two new Nativity accounts

8. The text of Matthew

9. The text of Luke

10. The Genealogies of Matthew and Luke

11. The blood-line of Joseph the Father of Jesus

12. The blood-line of Mary the Mother of Jesus

13. Jesus and the Family of Zebedee

14. Jesus, John and Nicodemus

15. The priesthood and the status of the apostle John

16. The hope of Nicodemus

17. The Virgin Birth

18. The mutual contradiction of the two new accounts of the Nativity of Jesus

19. The Star of Bethlehem and the Magi

20. The massacre of the Bethlehem infants by Herod

21. The flight into Egypt

22. The return from Egypt to Nazareth - The Nazarene

23. The Luke Account considered

24. The Census - A ten year misplacement in time

25. Jesus in the Temple at the age of 12 and the loss of Joseph

26. The Conclusion of The Epistle of Nicodemus

Appendices

1. The Relationships within the wider family of Jesus

2. Messiahship

3. The five sources of Christian writings

4. New Testament Origins

5. The Epistles of Jesus Christ and Abgarus King of Edessa

6. A very short history of the people of Israel

7. Jesus, Bethlehem and Nazareth