Yeshua : Ecce Homo by Dave Anthony
A Religio-Historical Fiction
Author: Dave Anthony
Caught in the middle of a bloody massacre, Yeshua is traumatised. He goes to a breakaway community to reflect. He studies the scriptures in depth and acquires the skills of healing. He sees people living between poverty and destitution besieged by malnutrition, physical impairment, disease and illness for which they know no medical remedies and overburdened by taxation and debt, shackled by a belief deception.
In this parallel Gospel narrative Yeshua smashes the belief system inviting the wrath of the elite but brings healing to blindness in belief. He is a victim of corruption and conspiracy.
Pilate tells the crowd ‘Behold the Man’. This book brings that man into focus.
Yeshua ‘Ecce Homo’ challenges our belief system.
Dave Anthony is a Malaysian Indian who studied in Malaysia, India, Australia and Ireland. As a Catholic priest and a major Superior of a Religious Order his pastoral was with poor Indian plantation workers. He has lived the life of a monk in a monastery and that of a missioner, ending up as a human rights activist.
Trained in television production and journalism, he was director of a Communication Centre and a Production House. He edited and published a church magazine and authored four books. His last book ‘The Red Bicycle’ was nominated and listed for the International DUBLIN Literary Award. He is married to Theresa, and they have two sons, Daniel and Joel.