I try to read it in the context it was written, and if i try to apply it to modern day, i cant really make a 1:1 correlation.
What i mean is, yes, he was def all about the spiritual side of things, but that was pretty big back then in the uneducated jewish ghettos of middle eastern rome. So like, it understandable that a man of that time who is basically a paupers philanthropist would see the world that way, but, would he now?
As i read it, most of his "teachings" were embellished by the disciples, so i take it with a grain of salt and figure most of what the bible says about him is filtered through a 3rd party retelling.
For that reason, i see it as more of a story about a character rather than the biography of a man, and if i talk about jesus, im more talking about the character than the man, as the man i dont know much about aside from the educated guess of biblical trekkies haha.
And since he is a character, he is open to personal interpretations, which is probably what im doing now.
Basicly this The Professor Brothers - Jesus Fucking Christ
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