|Author||M. C. Ingraham|
|File size||7.9 mb|
Previously published under the pen name, Francis Wolfe. Written from a Catholic perspective; the book examines in novel form, the human spiritual growth of Jesus alongside his divine nature as the Son of God. Like Job, Jesus undergoes trials to perfect his human faith. Calamity hits, and Jesus ends up working off his debt as a caravan camel herder. He uses the time to perfect his soul, which is the only thing remaining. Honor, wealth, future have all be stripped from him. Jesus even loses his foster son. After five years as a caravan worker, Jesus enters an Essene monastery (they really existed). His mission in Galilee is just his domestic Essene mission, with one new bit of doctrine...the Messiah is now in Israel, and it is he!