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The Third Jesus: How to Find Truth and Love in Today's World Paperback – 5 Feb 2009
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And whilst his opinion is quite probably as valid as any other interpretation of 2,000 year old events and sayings my problem with this book is that he presents his views as though they are the truth which is exactly what he upbraids 'the Church' for doing. He can't have it both ways and at the very least he is guilty of crass intellectual inconsistency on this point.
I really can't recommend this book at all.