Flavius Josephus was a Jewish scholar, historian, and soldier who came on the scene shortly after the completion of Christ Jesus’ ministry. He wrote several major works in that first century of the Christian Era, and these works are considered to be important accounts of the history of Judaism and Christianity.
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