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Jesus, the Son of Man (Arkana) [Paperback]

Kahlil Gibran , Robin Waterfield
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Table of Contents

James the son of Zebedee - on the kingdoms of the world; Anna the mother of Mary - on the birth of Jesus; Assaph called the orator of tyre - on the speech of Jesus; Mary Magdalen - on meeting Jesus for the first time; Philemon a Greek apothecary - on Jesus the master physician; Simon who was called Peter - when he and his brother were called; Caiaphas - the high priest; Joanna the wife of Herod's steward - on children; Rafca - the bride of Cana; a Persian philosopher in Damascus - of ancient gods and new; David one of his followers - Jesus the practical; Luke - on Hypocrites; Matthew - the sermon on the mount; John the son of Zebedee - on the various appellations of Jesus; a young priest of Capernaum - of Jesus the magician; a rich levi in the neighbourhood of Nazareth - Jesus the good carpenter; a shepherd in South Lebanon - a parable; John the Baptist - he speaks in prison to his disciples; Joseph of Arimathaea - on the primal aims of Jesus; Nathaniel - Jesus was not meek; Saba of Antioch - on Saul of Tarsus; Salome to a woman friend - a desire unfulfilled; Rachael a woman disciple - on Jesus the vision and the man; Cleopas of Nethroune - on the law and the prophets; Naaman of the Gadarenes - on the death of Stephen; Thomas - on the forefathers of his doubts; Elmadam the logician - Jesus the outcast; one of the Marys - on his sadness and his smile; Rumanous a Greek poet - Jesus the poet; Levi a disciple - on those who would confound Jesus; a widow in Galilee - Jesus the cruel; Judas the cousin of Jesus - on the death of John the Baptist; the man from the desert - on the money-changers; Peter - on the morrow of his followers; Melachi of Babylon an astronomer - the miracles of Jesus; a philosopher - on wonder and beauty; Uriah an old man of Nazareth - he was a stranger in our midst; Nicodemus the poet - on fools and jugglers; Joseph of Arimathaea - the two streams in Jesus' heart; Georgius of Beirut - on strangers; Mary Magdalen - his mouth was like the heart of a pomegranate; Jotham of Nazareth to a Roman - on living and being; Ephraim of Jericho - the other wedding-feast; Barca a merchant of Tyre - on buying and selling; Phumiah the high priestess of Sidon - an invocation; Benjamin the scribe - let the dead bury their dead; Zacchaeus - on the fate of Jesus; Jonathan - among the water-lilies; Hannah of Bethsaida - she speaks of her father's sister; Manasseh - on the speech and gesture of Jesus; Jephtha of Caesarea - a man weary of Jesus; John the beloved disciple - on Jesus the ward; Mannus the Pompeiian to a Greek - on the semitic deity; Pontius Pilatus - of eastern rites and cults; Bartholomew in Ephesus - on slaves and outcasts; Matthew - on Jesus by a prison wall; Andrew - on prostitutes. (Part contents)

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