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February 21, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
Dr. Cesar Vidal
Millones y millones de personas adoran, veneran y admiran a Jesús de Nazaret. Dios, para algunos, maestro, para otros. La verdad, sin embargo, es que su historia y sus verdaderas enseñanzas son ignoradas por las masas. Siglos de interpretaciones y manipulaciones han ocultado el hecho de que Jesús no era un cristiano. El reconocido historiador César Vidal nos presenta en Más que un rabino a Jesús quien nació, vivió y murió como judío. No podemos entender a cabalidad sus enseñanzas y su impacto en la religión hasta que entendamos completamente este hecho.
About the Author:
Doctor Cesar Vidal is an intellectual with four PhD’s, who speaks several languages, and has published 140 books over his 30-year career as a writer. Vidal’s books have been published in Spanish, English, Italian, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, Georgian, Korean, Croatian, and Portuguese. Cesar Vidal has won more than 15 literary awards including The Gold Award – Torsón de oro in 2013, Biography Award – Las Luces in 2002 for “Lincoln”, The Jaen Award in 2004 for “El último tren a Zúrich” The Last Train to Zurich, and the Spirituality Award for “The Fishermen’s Testament, for the best-selling title in spirituality in Spain in 2004 after the Bible. Vidal holds Doctorate Degrees in History, Law, Theology, and Philosophy and Divinity. The author’s experience includes practicing law in Spain, teaching History at UNED University, and The XXth Century in CEU University. Cesar Vidal was a political analyst for several news media in Spain. He directed or hosted various radio programs in Spain. Vidal is currently the host of the online radio program La Voz, with 500,000+ listeners. Doctor Vidal is a political contributor for various TV, radio and newspapers in Miami, Florida. Vidal is member of the North American Spanish Language in the U.S.A. The author has translated various reference works like Greek-Spanish Inter-lineal New Testament (Thomas Nelson), The Gnostic Gospels, Tales of the Ancient Egypt, and many others. Vidal is originally from Spain, has a grown daughter, and has lived in Miami, Florida, since 2013.