Jesus, His Life as the Son of God, from Baptism to Resurrection
Finally, the revelatory account of the life of Jesus as the Son of God. His life recorded as a revelation of man submitted to the Father’s will, but not to serve as an example for man or woman literally to attempt to follow. His message, as he preached it and lived it in his day, was an effective solvent for man’s spiritual difficulties in that day of its statement. He lived on earth and taught a gospel which redeemed man from the superstition that he was a child of the devil and elevated him to the dignity of a faith son of God. Having now to have personally left this world, in his place he sent his Spirit of Truth, who is designed to live in each and every one of us and, for each new generation, to restate the Jesus message so that every new group of mortals to appear upon the face of this earth shall have a new and up-to-date version of the gospel, just such personal enlightenment and group guidance as will prove to be an effective solvent for our ever-new and varied spiritual difficulties. And, sooner or later, these concealed truths of the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of men will emerge to effectually transform the civilization of all mankind. A true story, finally, we all have an opportunity to know and enjoy.
Jesus, The Son of Man, from Birth to Baptism
The revelatory evidence of his life as the Son of Man - from Birth to Baptism - is now known. The many questions left unresolved in the Holy Bible are now answered: the exact date and time of his birth; Gabriel's visitations to Elizabeth (the mother of John the Baptist) and Mary (the mother of Jesus); the details of his upbringing, his first "talk" with God, his journey to Jerusalem and discussions with the Jewish teachers, the death of his earth father, Joseph, along with his subsequent becoming the head of his family - including his mother and 8 brothers and sisters; detailing his triumphs and struggles; his graciousness in rejecting the marriage proposal of Rebecca, at the tender age of 19; his mother's disappointment in his refusal to become "King of the Jews", his sojourn and experiences in Rome, the time and date of his baptism, and just so much more! Truly the evidence is clear: Jesus did live his life -- from birth to baptism -- as the Son of Man.