The Archko Volume also known as the Archeological Writings of the Sanhedrim and Talmuds of the Jews, having come to light in the 19th century, is an ancient volume of eyewitness reports; which gathered by the Pharisees in their investigation of who Yahushua was during the 1st century when He lived, walked, ministered, and performed miracles among the residents of Jerusalem and surrounding Israel.
This manuscript includes a wide variety of testimonies from Yahushua’ contemporaries. It provides great insight into the eyewitness accounts of such individuals as Herod, Pontius Pilate, Nicodemus, Gamaliel, and even Joseph and Mary. It is one of the very few historical manuscripts which include a physical description of what Christ looked like in bodily characteristics.
An incredibly insightful manuscript of supporting New Testament literature. It has been embroiled in ongoing debate as to whether the work is authentic in its elaboration and trustworthy in revelation. Whether one approaches this book with a scholarly or skeptical bias, it’s perspective is both engrossing and worthy of consideration.