Jesus the Son of Man is a mosaic. It is a work of fiction, an imagining of voices, people describing Jesus Christ only to the limits that they have known Him, never beyond their own understanding. Together these voices create a beautiful symphony, perhaps a truer portrait of Jesus than the world has ever known. Such is the power of fiction, able to fly closer to the truth than any reporting of historical fact. Such is the power of Kahlil Gibran, a man who Shri Mataji called, “a very great realized soul.” “If you must read,’ She said, “read Kahlil Gibran.” (The book includes a new introduction original to this edition.)
5.5 x 8.5 inches digest paperback
Divine Cool Breeze Books
public domain (not USA)
This book was first published in 1928. This edition is not for sale to the USA.