Who Was Jesus: Season 1, Episode 1

Childhood (5 Apr. 2009)

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Who Was Jesus? looks at the childhood of the historical Jesus and compares it to what is found in the New Testament.

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Dan Bahat ...
Himself - Archaeologist
Allen Callahan ...
Himself - Baptist Seminary, Salvador (as Dr. Allen Callahan)
Omar Douss ...
Rachel Havrelock ...
Herself - University of Illinois at Chicago (as Dr. Rachel Havrelock)
Israel Hershkovitz ...
Himself - Physical Anthropologist
Hasani Issa ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Nasha Lee ...
Herself - Graphic Artist
Byron R. McCane ...
Himself - Wofford College (as Prof. Byron R. McCane)
Caroline Needham ...
Herself - University of Dundee
Claire Pfann ...
Herself - University of The Holy Land
Jonathan Reed ...
Himself - University of La Verne (as Prof. Jonathan Reed)
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Who Was Jesus? looks at the childhood of the historical Jesus and compares it to what is found in the New Testament.

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