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Library JournalThough Brazilian psychiatrist Cury is not well known outside of Brazil and Portugal, his numerous books on positive thinking and the psychology of mind are best sellers in the how-to Christian literary market of those countries. This book is the third in a five-volume series titled "Análise da Inteligência de Cristo" (Analysis of the Intelligence of Christ). Here, Cury analyzes the final events in the life of Christ connected to his arrest, trials, and condemnation. He suggests that even though Christ suffered great pain, fear, and public humiliation, he was able to remain clear and direct in his objectives. Cury considers Christ's steadfastness and suggests that the reader adopt these Christlike reactions to challenges in life. Cury's books are typical of the genre of Christian writing worldwide that combine a positive attitude with the teachings of Christianity, aiming to help deal with life. Recommended for Christian libraries and bookstores, as well as public libraries with strong Spanish-language self-help and/or spiritual collections.—Mark L. Grover, Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT
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