Jesus Christ: The Love and Wisdom of a 1st Century Mystic

Jesus Christ: The Love and Wisdom of a 1st Century Mystic

by Isabella Price

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Jesus Christ: The Love and Wisdom of a 1st Century Mystic by Isabella Price

Why is Jesus Christ perceived so differently by people who all call themselves Christians? And what do we know today about this charismatic first-century Jewish teacher who came to be viewed as God incarnate in the Christian tradition? Today, many people have close ties to Jesus Christ’s person, life, and message – yet they have no connection with any Christian church.

Jesus Christ: The Love and Wisdom of a First-Century Mystic takes both churched and un-churched readers on a journey into the core of Jesus’ timeless teachings on love and wisdom. Of all the mystic pioneers of humanity, Jesus may well be one of the most daring and demanding, who opened up a revolutionary new path based on love in action, radical inner transformation, and an alternative social vision.

“A fine, reverent, and bold exploration of Jesus’ teachings for both churched and un-churched readers”— Brother David Steindl-Rast, OSB

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046126778
Publisher: Isabella Price
Publication date: 08/23/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 546 KB

About the Author

Isabella Price grew up in Zurich, Switzerland, and moved to the SF Bay area in early 2001 where she lives with her beloved husband and two remarkable felines. She is a well-traveled international speaker and author who has been highly successful with her presentations, workshops, and classes at universities, colleges, and various adult education venues. Isabella has participated in many rituals and celebrations across cultures and religions. She is a certified SQ21 Spiritual Intelligence coach and teaches meditation to veterans suffering from PTSD and other community members. Isabella holds an MA in the humanities (global history and comparative religion) from the University of Zurich.

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