How did Jesus teach his disciples?

Was Jesus a conventional, mainstream or orthodox spiritual teacher? Clearly not, since the conventional, mainstream and orthodox people of his time persecuted, condemned and crucified him. So does it make sense that we can understand the fullness of Jesus’ message by taking a conventional, mainstream or orthodox approach today?

Jesus himself told us to approach the mysteries of Spirit with the open mind of a child, and he said: “I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.” Is it possible that Jesus encoded hidden messages in his words, messages that can be decoded today because of the advancement in human knowledge?

The articles in this section will take you on a journey into the hidden mysteries of Christ, mysteries that have been covered over by the patina of history and by dogmatism. Yet these mysteries can be uncovered by using the “secret” tools given by Jesus and by using modern knowledge from such diverse fields as quantum physics and psychology.

Note that these articles were the beginning chapters of a book that has not been finished.

 

What is Christ? 

 

Did Jesus want people to follow him out of fear?

 

What kind of teacher was Jesus?

 

How did Jesus teach?

 

Was Jesus a Biblical literalist?

 

How can we grasp the true meaning of Jesus’ message?

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