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Jesus the Man

A Critical Essay

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Publication Date: 01/01/1946

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Many people can no longer believe that Jesus was more than a man yet find difficulty in forming a clear idea of his character and personality. For many, indeed, his figure still reflects the color of his one-time divinity: if not the son of God, then still the ideal man. The purpose of this essay is to view him in the setting to which he belonged, as one among other characters of human history.

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