People of the New Testament, Book 4
The Early Friends and Minor Disciples of Jesus, and Those Who Opposed Him
Anne Catherine Emmerich
Book IV covers the early friends and minor disciples of Jesus (many unknown to history), among them: Ananias, Jonadab, Parmenas, Joel, Jonah, Jonathan, Manasseh, Simon of Cyrene, Simon Zabulon, and Zadoch. There follow summaries of the temporal sequence of the calling of the disciples, and of their geographical and familial origins.
The third part covers Jesus’s historically unknown journey to Cyprus.
The fourth details the likewise unknown journey of Jesus to the East some months before his crucifixion to visit the two of the Three Kings still living.
The final part offers a summary of the opponents of Jesus, including much on the little-known sect of the Herodians.
Five volumes on People of the New Testament, covering virtually every individual in the visions (approximately 250 in all):
- People of the New Testament, Book I
- People of the New Testament, Book II
- People of the New Testament, Book III
- People of the New Testament, Book IV
- People of the New Testament, Book V