This book presents a comparative study of the birth, death and rising from the dead of Jesus (BC 7- CE 32), the Self-realized or Son of God. The text of gospels adopted for the comparative study is that of King James Version (KJV). Commentaries given may not be in conformity with generally accepted theological teachings because we do not consider him an incarnation but a fully deified human being devoid of body consciousness.
The first part of the book deals with the period from his birth till commencement of his public ministry. Though we have given commentaries on the stories relating to his birth and childhood as reported by Matthew and Luke, to us Jesus Christ was born at the end of the forty days of his ‘Samadhi’ (the eighth stage of meditation), in the wilderness.
The second part deals with his offering himself as the sacrificial lamb to be butchered on the Jewish Passover, last supper, capture, sufferings, crucifixion and burial. He was brought back to life but we discount all stories about his appearances to the disciples and others and ascension to heaven. Being a fully liberated and spiritualized person, he was one with God but lived on earth for some more years after endowing and empowering his disciples with spiritual power and granting them self-realization.