Reclaiming Jesus Paperback

Making Sense of the Man without the Miracles

by Ian Breckenridge;


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Reclaiming Jesus

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The figure of Jesus many people have today is perfectly unreal half man half god unsmiling apparently in love with death. Can we do better than this sad caricature? Reclaiming Jesus digs through the evidence and comes up with a few surprises and reveals a Jesus most of us haven't met before. We notice his mischievous style with people and his love of the comic and the contradictory. We see him as a youth in the desert struggling to contain his tumult of ideas. We wonder about an unspoken grief in early years. Later in the book discover how he turns traditional ideas inside out seeing human nature within a wholly new reality. We examine what others made of him and trace the story forward to where we are today. Finally we wonder what this extraordinary teaching about a source of strength within us can tell us as our species faces up to the daunting challenges of our own time

Reclaiming Jesus by Ian Breckenridge was published by John Hunt Publishing in January 2011 and is our 60377th best seller. The ISBN for Reclaiming Jesus is 9781846944147.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherJohn Hunt Publishing (January 2011)
Weight318g
Number of Pages252
Thickness15 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9781846944147
ISBN-101846944147
Product Code3666251
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