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This is a horrible book
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019
Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ, is written as if the author has no idea where he's taking the reader -- ideas and metaphors seem to come from left field with no reason given and no grounding in any previous concepts described in the book. It is an introduction to schizophrenia as the author bounces the reader around from one outlandish concept to another with no apparent purpose.
My comment has nothing to do with Christianity or my personal belief. But I question the author's strangely reasoned ideas about Jesus and "Christ" (meaning the anointed one) as if they are two separate people drawn together as part of a mythology the author is attempting to construct.
One would do well to ignore this book. It's a horrible waste of time.