This chapter introduces the major themes that will be addressed in the book.
This chapter paints a short, broad picture of the conditions existing just prior to the time in history when Jesus appeared.
This chapter sets forth the basic theme of the rest of the book, namely that Jesus taught using parables and metaphors.
As the title of this chapter suggests, it explains the figurative meaning of many of the words used in the Gospel that have both a figurative and an obvious meaning.
This chapter offers a figurative understanding to many of the miracles that are attributed to Jesus.
This chapter explores the numerous references by Jesus concerning His return.
This chapter addresses the circumstances surrounding the crucifixion of Jesus and the mysterious events that followed.
This chapter looks at the years following the death of Jesus and the emergence of Christianity as an independent religion.
There are too many rituals to write extensively about but this chapter focuses on the primary rituals observed by most Christians.
This chapter traces the adoption of the concept of the trinity and offers a plausible understanding to this complex doctrine.
This chapter seeks to clarify exactly what is sin and what is salvation according to Jesus.
This chapter addresses some current concerns and misconceptions that many Christians may hold.
Chapter 13 presents a brief recap of the major themes presented in this book and challenges the reader to think deeply about what has been presented.
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