“…It is the story that changed the world, and will continue to transform it!…” These are the words that rang over and over again in the mind of William Stead when he first saw the Passion Play at Oberammergau. The story of Jesus Christ and His final days stayed in his mind, inspiring him to capture the majesty, faith, and wonder that he felt into this book that is now in front of you. This book is a direct result of that desire to share the truth about Jesus’ final days and the holy story of His persecution, death, and Resurrection. Read it and take a step closer to understanding the sacrifice of the Savior.
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William Thomas Stead (5 July 1849 – 15 April 1912) was an English newspaper editotr. He was born in Embleton, Northumberland, the son of a Congregational minister, the Rev William Stead and Isabella (née Jobson), a cultivated daughter of a Yorkshire farmer. Stead was largely educated at home by his father, and by the age of five he was already well-versed in the Holy Scriptures and is said to have been able to read Latin almost as well as he could read English.