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Summary

The word Christ came into existence 300 years after Jesus; and out of the word Christ developed Christian and Christianity. While Friedrich Nietzsche stated that Christ was the last Christian, according to Osho, Jesus was not only the last Christian, but he was also the first Christian – the first and the last Christian, because in this world no individual is ever repeated.

In this talk, Osho dives into the unknown history of Jesus and early Christianity in India, which he describes as the oldest in the world. The Vatican is a late development. Like a lecture in comparative religion, Osho presents Christianity in a wider context of Hinduism, Buddhism, and even Zen.

From the series: From Personality to Individuality, Chapter 10

OSHO TALKS – from original recordings of live events with Osho and his audience of seekers and friends from around the world. Recorded at the Osho International Meditation Resort, Pune, India.

©1985 OSHO International Foundation (P)2021 OSHO International Foundation

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