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Jesus was schizophrenic

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Jesus was schizophrenic 2006 (English version 2021). By Jean-Philippe Cossette. Free! You can distribute this book to others freely.


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The purpose of this book is to provide a psychiatric portrait of the historical figure known as Jesus of Nazareth, the founder of Christianity. Such a title is indeed shocking, but after a detailed analysis of the words and actions of Jesus mentioned in the Gospels, it clearly appears that he suffered from a serious mental illness: schizophrenia. Such a book is likely to arouse protests from various churches and believers around the world. However, people who are open-minded and intelligent enough will agree that the analyses made in this book reflect reality. It goes without saying that Christianity and the resulting conservatism have been regaining ground for a number of years in North America in particular and elsewhere in the world. By the end of the last century, namely the 20th century, scientific discoveries had caused millions of believers to turn away from their faith, as science had disproved many beliefs of biblical origin. Unfortunately, science has not been able to overcome injustice, suffering, disease, and death. It did not bring any long-term hope. As a result, millions of people are now turning to fundamentalist Christian cults that provide a different interpretation of the Bible than the traditional mainline churches. A good example in recent years is the growing popularity of the “intelligent design” theory. This concept aims to prove the existence of a creator based on science and not on religion. Then, did Jesus suffer from schizophrenia? If so, this could shake the very foundations of Christianity forever. Unless otherwise stated, the biblical quotations are taken from the New International Version (NIV) Bible.