Lost Diaries Of Jesus

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Who is this Jesus, you wonder, the one who is transformed from Jesus into the Christ? The one who changes from flesh into divinity, you ask, is a man who marries his spouse nearing the time of the birth of their first child. He is one who abides by his own set of morals and principles. He is a champion of women, and, one who sees in woman----his equal. He's a modern man, a modern God. One to whom all peoples can relate to, for, he relates to them.

This Lord Jesus, sees divorce ...

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Who is this Jesus, you wonder, the one who is transformed from Jesus into the Christ? The one who changes from flesh into divinity, you ask, is a man who marries his spouse nearing the time of the birth of their first child. He is one who abides by his own set of morals and principles. He is a champion of women, and, one who sees in woman----his equal. He's a modern man, a modern God. One to whom all peoples can relate to, for, he relates to them.

This Lord Jesus, sees divorce as sinless, sees sin as useless. This man, this God, of, Lost Diaries of Jesus, has extremely strong and unorthodox opinions, but, he is non-judgmental when it comes to people's living of life. He sees many pathways to God, not just his. His mind is very open, his heart kind; his diaries, an open book of someone once returning to him after his granting them a miracle. This Christ is asked to restore them to blindness, as, they were able to see life much more fully, then! He does as asked!

This Jesus is fully human, yet, in his fully divine self, he's totally fearless in revealing his private humanity within these diary pages. Also, his letters to clergy leaders who abuse the innocent is noble and revealing, provocative to those of today, engaged within these seldom spoken acts, but, needing to be fully said. Letters by Jesus as Victim-----to Clergy Sex Abusers, by one who was actually abused, evokes special meaning today, as such scandals have always existed within all inceptions of religion.

Thus, these diary entries, these letters, speak not so much of long ago, but, echo ominously, as if they speak like Jesus had returned this very day!

A myth, a hoax, true or false, fiction or pure truth, you must decide if these words are His very own. For, after all, you are the only one who can!

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  • ISBN-13: 9781600475849
  • Publisher: Wasteland Press
  • Publication date: 5/26/2011
  • Pages: 136
  • Product dimensions: 0.32 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Posted March 20, 2012

    Sacrilicious! The author of this piercing and artful work demon

    Sacrilicious! The author of this piercing and artful work demonstrates compassion worthy of the christ.

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  • Posted July 10, 2011

    Profane and sacreligious!

    Jesus is the way the truth and the life. This book is a LIE!

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