Jesus the Christ in the Light of Psychology (1923)
The author attempts to present how Jesus and his band brought into the world a new consciousness by giving a new inward orientation. This book is intended to be a psychological treatment of Jesus' person, life, work and how it influenced today's world. Contents: Jesus' physical personality; Jesus in literature; Jesus' character, negative views; the nativity; beginnings of the supreme pedagogy; Messianity, Sonship and the Kingdom; Jesus' eschatology, his inner character, purpose and work; Jesus' ethics and prayer; parables of Jesus; the miracles; death and resurrection of Jesus.
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