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The Gospel According to Brian

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The Gospel According to Brian
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Number of pages: 151

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In presenting, to the reading public, a book concerning the life and thought of Jesus Christ, the central figure in Western religious philosophy, I feel that it is necessary at the outset to state my credentials and point of view. This book is a story – some may say a tall tale – not an academic treatise. I have never been committed to a lifetime of study and involvement in Christianity and hence must be considered a dilettante in this field. This does give me the advantage of being objective. I have no axe to grind, only a desire to understand the truth in the matter and explain it in as clear a manner as possible.

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