by Wills, Garry
Whose side is Jesus really on? Whose views do his teachings support? Should we aspire to be "Christlike"--meaning homeless, subversive, scandalous, in constant danger of being kidnapped or arrested, and keeping company with the less-than-respectable? In a time of national debate about what the Bible says on social issues, Wills, a distinguished historian and writer on religion, examines what Jesus actually said about how we should live our lives--and how he chose to live his own.
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