The Mystical Life of Jesus

The Mystical Life of Jesus

An Uncommon Perspective on the Life of Christ

Book - 2006
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Startling new archaeological discoveries and such groundbreaking cultural phenomena as The Da Vinci Code and The Passion of the Christ have sparked a renaissance in impassioned controversies about religion and the life of Christ. Now, Sylvia Browne, with the help of her spiritual guide, delivers the truth about Him, His teachings, and His works for God as she answers such provocative questions as:

- Was there a virgin birth?
- Was there a Star of Bethlehem?
- What did Jesus do for the first 30 years of his life?
- What really happened at the crucifixion?
- Was he married? Was he divine?
- Is a Jesus lineage a possibility?

In Browne's own words, the answers may "rattle the cages" of her millions of readers-answers that could only have come from someone who has visited the afterlife.
Publisher: [New York, NY] : New American Library, c2006
ISBN: 9780451222220
Branch Call Number: Philosophy & Religion 232.9 BRO


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Jan 27, 2007

I was excited to read this book to get Sylvia's ideas on what Jesus did during the years not covered in the Bible. What I didn't expect was for her to discredit major Christian beliefs such as the virgin birth, the manger scene, the death and the resurrection, and to say that Jesus was married and went off to France to live with Mary Magdalene and his children. She presents the ideas in a convincing manner. I'm just not sure I should accept all of her beliefs without looking into other sources too. Be prepared to have your whole belief system shaken. If you liked the Davinci Code you'll probably like this book. If you were upset by the ideas in the Davinci Code I recommend not reading this book.


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