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The Second Coming of Christ (2004)

by Paramahansa Yogananda

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In his unprecedented masterwork of inspiration, Paramahansa Yogananda (the author of "Autobiography of a Yogi"), takes the reader verse by verse trough the four Gospels, illumining the universal path to oneness with God taught by Jesus to his immediate disciples: "how to become like , how to resurrect the Eternal Christ within one's self."

This landmark work by one of the most revered spirituual teacers of our time transcends divisive sectarianism to reveal a unifying harmony underlying all true religions.
  saraswati_library_mm | Mar 15, 2010 |
In his unprecedented masterwork of inspiration, Paramahansa Yogananda (the author of "Autobiography of a Yogi"), takes the reader verse by verse trough the four Gospels, illumining the universal path to oneness with God taught by Jesus to his immediate disciples: "how to become like , how to resurrect the Eternal Christ within one's self."

This landmark work by one of the most revered spirituual teacers of our time transcends divisive sectarianism to reveal a unifying harmony underlying all true religions.
  Saraswati_Library | Jan 20, 2010 |
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In The Second Coming, Yogananda offers interpretations and commentary on the Gospels in the King James Bible.
 
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In this unprecedented masterwork of inspiration, Paramahansa Yogananda takes the reader on a profoundly enriching journey through the four Gospels. Verse by verse, he illumines the universal path to oneness with God taught by Jesus to his immediate disciples but obscured through centuries of misinterpretation: "how to become like Christ, how to resurrect the Eternal Christ within one's self."

Never before available in its entirety, this landmark work by one of the most revered spiritual teachers of our time transcends divisive sectarianism to reveal a unifying harmony underlying all true religions. A groundbreaking synthesis of East and West, it imparts the life-transforming realization that each of us can experience for ourselves the promised Second Coming -- awakening of the all-fulfilling Divine Consciousness latent within our souls.

Yogananda said, "In titling this work The Second Coming of Christ, I am not referring to a literal return of Jesus to earth. He came two thousand years ago and, after imparting a universal path to God's kingdom, was crucified and resurrected; his reappearance to the masses now is not necessary for the fulfillment of his teachings. What is necessary is for the cosmic wisdom and divine perception of Jesus to speak again through each one's own experience and understanding of the infinite Christ Consciousness that was incarnate in Jesus. That will be his true Second Coming."

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