The Life of Christ between Baptism and Ascension
by Emil Bock
the scientifically oriented man of today approach the healings and
miracles of the Gospels, least of all such events as the raising of
Lazarus and the Resurrection itself? Emil Bock shows how he can do
this without feeling untrue to himself or to the age in which he
lives. He does not smooth the path by minimizing the significance of
these events, or explaining away the difficulties. Rather he leads
more deeply into them through creating an understanding of the
implications of such a unique event as the incarnation of a divine
cosmic being into the body of Jesus on earth.
The Three Years, Emil Bock explains the four Gospels both as historical documents and as
profound spiritual records of the incarnation of Christ. Each of
these aspects, in his vivid presentation, is seen to throw light on
the other; he regards the Gospel of John as that which gives the
most precise record of the progression of events in the period of
Christ's ministry, as well as being that of the deepest esoteric
Emil Bock was born in Wuppertal, Germany in 1895. He studied German and
theology, receiving his licentiate in 1921. He was one of the
founder priests of The Christian Community, a movement for Christian
renewal, and led the movement from 1938 until his death in 1959.
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