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Peter Raj

Christ Without the Nonsense

Christ Without the Nonsense

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It is possible to shame the Russian Orthodox Church and the Russian theocracy.


Chapters 1 to 4 thrash out existentialism because it is the modern alternative to faith. The creed was devised by French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre in 1945. But the first ever existentialist was Boris Pasternak the author of Doctor Zhivago. Existentialism is very much a Russian-dissident thing.


Eyewitness to God is a chapter with 8 monologues telling the story from point of view of gospel characters but imagining them to be existential creatures.


The story is repeated and told from point of view of Mary Magdalene who was a victim of violence against women.


The Amanda Holden Parallel draws a parallel between the lives of the historical Christ and the famous media personality of our times. Amanda had to relinquish control to survive giving birth to her second child. Christ had to give up control in the Garden of Gethsemane. There is redemption for Judas Iscariot.


Rome V Christ and Ultimate Yahweh are chapters telling the story from perspective of Pontius Pilate the Roman Governor of Judea.

The Roman Perception is continued through to Emperor Nero (AD 64) and Pliny the magistrate (AD 111).


Isaiah 53 is considered to be prophecy. Prophecy is not possible in the existential universe. If Jesus of Nazareth was not about prophecy then he must have been about subterfuge.



Author: Peter Raj
Publisher: Peter Raj
Published: 05/15/2023
Pages: 238
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.71lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.50d
ISBN: 9781916270039

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