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Book of Christ (2014)

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In this special, three experts explore the newly-discovered Book of Christ, the first and only book of the Bible written by Jesus himself.

Directors: Zachary Johnson, Jeffrey Max.

Release Date: 2014-11-24
Status: Released
Run time: 11 min / 0:11
Production Company : Williams Street
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2014-11-24
Status: Released
Run time: 11 min / 0:11

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Nick Corirossi
as Jesus
Nick Corirossi
as Dr. Pike Crowley
Leonard Kelly-Young
as Prof. G.A. Edelman
James Urbaniak
as Rev. Boxley Fryer
Rodney To
as Tomas Dezi

Crew

Directing Zachary Johnson Director
Directing Jeffrey Max Director
Writing Chris Sartinsky Teleplay
Writing Geoff Haggerty Story
Writing Dan E. Klein Story
Writing Matthew Klinman Story
Writing Michael Pielocik Story
Writing Chris Sartinsky Story
Writing Sam West Story
Production Becca Kinskey Executive Producer
Production Jonathan Stern Executive Producer

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