A New Jesus: Rediscovering His Deeper Teachings Through Intuitive Inquiry—Revised Edition

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iUniverse, Aug 11, 2011 - Religion - 264 pages
The life and deeds of the man Jesus triggered off the immense Christian religion nearly two millennia ago, but his most sublime and profound teachings were largely disregarded or reshaped by the practical needs of the early Christian Church. The old religious package no longer satisfies the needs of present-day practicing Christians and others seeking clear answers to their pressing spiritual questions. A NEW JESUS releases these original teachings of Jesus from the grasp of doctrinal and legendary religious tradition. A powerful and proven method called intuitive inquiry, distinct from the usual intellectual means for generating knowledge, is utilized for this purpose. It relies upon the skill of an expert intuitive, Kevin Ryerson in this book, whose past record for obtaining both lost and entirely new information has been outstanding. In this book you will find perceptive answers to the main mysteries about Jesus' life and teachings and the basic spiritual questions about man's origin, identity and purpose. It clears up several gaps, distortions and contradictions in the New Testament Gospels and closes with a modern restatement of Jesus' spiritual philosophy. It also describes how to apply this new knowledge to enhance your personal understanding and daily life.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
CHAPTER 1
9
CHAPTER 2
30
INTERLUDE
45
CHAPTER 3
47
CHAPTER 4
57
CHAPTER 5
71
CHAPTER 6
86
CHAPTER 9
135
CHAPTER 10
145
CHAPTER 11
161
CHAPTER 12
179
CHAPTER 13
198
CHAPTER 14
207
APPENDIX
233
BIBLIOGRAPHY
237

CHAPTER 7
97
CHAPTER 8
111
ENDNOTES
245
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William H. Kautz (Sc.D., M.I.T.), Founder and Director of the Center for Applied Intuition for 15 years, was formerly Staff Scientist at SRI International where he conducted research in computer science, communications and various other fields for 35 years. He currently teaches, lectures and writes in Tucson and Prague.

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