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Author:
John Davidson
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Clear Books; Revised edition (April 2005)
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An inspirational encounter with the world of Christ, this book is an uplifting study of the man, his times and .

An inspirational encounter with the world of Christ, this book is an uplifting study of the man, his times and his teaching. This volume reveals how the true meaning of Jesus?? teachings, as found in the canonical gospels and many of the ancient apocryphal and other early Christian texts, is that of the ageless, eternal and mystic path to God.

The Gospel of Jesus book. When Jesus said John 1:14 The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us. We have seen His glory, the glory of the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. John 14:6 Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through m. he was NOT talking about his bodily form but his spiritual form (the holy spirit) Jesus washed away peoples sins with the holy spirit NO IT BY DIPPING PEOPLE IN WATER !!!

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Davidson, John (2005). From Jesus to Christ: The Origins of the New Testament Images of Jesus. Yale University Press. Deiss, Lucien (1996). Gregg, D. Larry (2000), "Docetism", in Freedman, David Noel; Myers, Allen C. (ed., Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible, Eerdmans, ISBN 9789053565032. Hendrickson, Peter . Jenson, Bradley . Lundell, Randi H. (2015). Luther and Bach on the Magnificat.

John Davidson has written a masterpiece on the esoteric meanings and mystical teachings of Jesus in the Gospels of the New Testament. This book changed me profoundly. How we miss the mark in Christianity in regards to correct worship is astounding

John Davidson has written a masterpiece on the esoteric meanings and mystical teachings of Jesus in the Gospels of the New Testament. Only a fellow soul on the spiritual path could reveal and convey the real meaning of the gospel of Jesus as it was truly intended. How we miss the mark in Christianity in regards to correct worship is astounding. How we miss the mark in how we treat God's creations is egregious. This book is a big wakeup call to those who truly want to 'get it right'; that we don't have to come back to this insane asylum of the universe. Thank you SO much Mr. Davidson. 5 people found this helpful.

book by John Davidson (Mysticism author). An inspirational encounter with the world of Christ, this book is an uplifting study of the man, his times and his teaching. John Davidson has not only written an exceptional book about the Gospel of Jesus, but he has put it in an historical context. Having met him in India, he was one of the people who inspired me to publish my book of poems, Dera Poetry. Remarkable Scholarship and Insight. com User, December 10, 2001.

Труд The Gospel of John . Josephus seems once caught unexpectedly by the end of his scroll (Josephus Ag. Ap. The NARRATIVES OF DISCIPLES coming to faith in Jesus' resurrection toward the close of this Gospel мая serve the same function as the stories of people coming to faith in his messiahship, including those near the beginning of the Gospe1. 10375 These narratives include both personal discovery and witness.

Published June 2005 by Clear Books

Published June 2005 by Clear Books.

John Davidson's books on science and mysticism (Subtle Energy, Secret of the .

John Davidson's books on science and mysticism (Subtle Energy, Secret of the Creative Vacuum, Formative Mind, Natural Creation or Natural Selection? et., and Christian origins (Gospel of Jesus, Prodigal Soul, et.  . 2003) & Part II (4 vols. 2016) have so far been published.

An inspirational encounter with the world of Christ, this book is an uplifting study of the man, his times and his teaching. This volume reveals how the true meaning of Jesus' teachings, as found in the canonical gospels and many of the ancient apocryphal and other early Christian texts, is that of the ageless, eternal and mystic path to God. Exhaustively researched -- from Old and New Testament writings, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the writings of the Greek mystics, the Gnostics, the Mandaeans, the Manichaeans and other mystics of Jesus' era -- The Gospel of Jesus reflects the yearning of all Christians and seekers throughout the centuries to penetrate the unresolved mysteries of their faith and attain a direct, personal mystic experience of God.
  • Dori
This book changed me profoundly. How we miss the mark in Christianity in regards to correct worship is astounding. How we miss the mark in how we treat God's creations is egregious. This book is a big wakeup call to those who truly want to 'get it right'; that we don't have to come back to this insane asylum of the universe. Thank you SO much Mr. Davidson.
  • Umge
Great writer with mystic ideas. Also read The Web of Life and The Secret Creative Vacuum.
  • Soustil
Comprehensive, authoritative. Valuable resource for anyone interested in non-Pauline Christianity
  • Hono
I am so grateful for such deep Mystical Insights presented in this in-depth book...of the Holy Teachings of Lord Yehoshua...in the Deeper Mystical INNER Realms of Holy Spirit !
Namaste,
Omody
  • Cia
The first 100 pages are worth the price of countless other tomes
  • Xinetan
This is, quite simply, an outstanding book. It is well researched, well written, and profound in its message. It absolutely resonates truth. Thank you, Mr. Davidson.
  • Jogrnd
Have not read this yet but I am sure it is as good as his other books
In this book a professional scientist writes about religion, specifically, about Jesus. It is a spectacular accomplishment, totally honest in its outlook and impressively comprehensive in its scholarship.

I must admit that I am only halfway through its thousand pages. I am not reading it rapidly, but am annotating the margins of each page, in ink! It may take me the rest of my life to finish it (I am 77 and I read it only on Sundays for an hour or two), but already I know that I will never find a more scholarly and insightful work which honestly seeks to discern the true character of Jesus.

[Note added on April 22, 2012: I am now 87, and I finished reading this book years ago. I am now rereading it, and appreciating it even more for its incomparable scholarship and insight!]

Perhaps because I share the same scientific temperament as the author, we have a common bond that unconsciously brings us together. Davidson has studied and written exactly as I would like to, provided I could commit myself to devoting the immense amount of time and energy to meticulous scholarship, as he had done.

In this book the character of Jesus is incomparably broadened and sharpened by bringing in many sources that were ignored by the political and administrative forces that finally determined the content of the New Testament. There are hundreds of lengthy quotations about Jesus from over three hundred sources that were written in the first five centuries after his death. Furthermore, each quotation is rephrased by the author for further clarification.

Here is an example: "Jesus said, 'If the flesh came into being because of the spirit, it is a wonder. But if spirit came into being because of the body, it is a wonder of wonders. Indeed, I am amazed at how this great wealth has made its home in this poverty.'" This is quoted by Davidson from the Gospel of Thomas which is rejected by fathers of the Christian Church, for it suggests that the soul may have derived and evolved from its life in the body, rather than vice versa. I find that "twist" fascinating!

Frankly, I find it difficult to believe that the historical Jesus actually spoke this thought, but somehow it does not matter. The Bible is a collection of many noble, and some not so noble, thoughts of human beings, but it has been edited for "proper" content by many biased editors with tunnel vision.

In this book many insights are given that point toward the existence and the character of the divine in human life. And I find them inspiring! Nowhere else have I found any writing on religion that approaches the dedication and illumination of this book. Page after page I am enthralled by my introduction to many obscure and unknown writers who, in their admiration for Jesus, have put their inspired words into his mouth in much the same way as the New Testament writers have done.

It is clear that I cannot praise this book enough. However, it is written for the seeker, not for the believer.