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Jesus as Precursor (Eagle Books) by Robert…

Jesus as Precursor (Eagle Books)

by Robert Walter Funk

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In this volume of essays, Robert Funk first explores the work of artists and thinkers, such as Kafka, Beckett, Henry Miller, Castaneda, Fowles, and Thoreau, in order "to let Jesus' real successors discover him to us." Then, under the heading "Voices of Silence," he reflects on language and modern reality. Funk concludes that the central theological issue—to which he responds with twenty-one suggestions about theology—is whether human beings can find "a real world to which they can give themselves.

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