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Summary

Many people who knew Jesus understood him well enough to admire him, to respect him, and to love him. Others were terrified of him. Some of his own relatives said he was out of his mind. But the politically and religiously intolerant leaders of first-century Israel hated him. So they murdered him. But that wasn't the end of the story. Not by a long shot.

Today, more than 20 centuries later, respected Bible scholars Dr. Charles Missler and Dr. William Welty bring Jesus of Nazareth to you in the most unconventional way possible...by bringing Jesus of Nazareth to talk in his very own words about himself, his purpose, his nature, and his mission.

By the time you've finished listening to I, Jesus: an Autobiography, you'll have learned why this rabbi from Nazareth rose from literal obscurity - as well as from the grave - to change the very course of history.

©2014 Koinonia House (P)2015 Koinonia House

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So many insights

This book is beautifully writren. I thoroughly enjoyed the academic research and input and appreciate the very respectful way the information is conveyed.

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Amazing

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes definitely. This book offers so much more than I can say. The author goes into great detail explaining everything so well.

What did you like best about this story?

The evidence was so well presented. This would even convince a sceptic.

Which character – as performed by Damon Abdallah – was your favourite?

The whole book centred solely on Jesus.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Knowledge unveiled.

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Outstanding book. Eager to replay this book again, so much information that had me in total awe.

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Well written and read, thought provoking

Anyone who wants to know more about our Lord Jesus. Easy to listen to well read.

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Understand the foundation

I listened to this, challenging the text. There is so much I have taken away from this. If you wrestle with the Word, this is a great starting point. Mid way through the author takes you on a journey of the authenticity and truth of the word. God bless your good work! Many thanks

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  • Kathleen
  • 07-04-16

Excellent, in depth study of Jesus!!

The study is an advanced level such that areas may need to be listened in shorter intervals and repeated for complete comprehension. It is worth the effort to understand more about our beloved Jesus!

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  • AmyLieu
  • 04-04-16

Wonderful book - amazing authors

Wonderful book - letting you get to know who Jesus is by using his own words and actions from the bible.
I am a new fan of author William Welty and always enjoy Chuck Missler, His wisdom and study of the bible is staggering.
Read this!
You will be blessed, expand your biblical knowledge, and get to know who Jesus is.

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  • Robert
  • 12-05-16

Praise GOD for your wonderful work in the faith !

take a eye opening and sobering walk with our Lord and savior JESUS you will not be disappointed ! A must read for beginners in your walk and for those who have been walking with the Lord for years ! Will listen again, GOD bless !

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  • George
  • 18-01-16

Brilliant

I think everyone needs to read this book. It is written in an easy to understand format so that anyone can follow.

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  • Peter Bogdanoff
  • 14-01-18

Might be OK in print, but very poor as audio

What disappointed you about I, Jesus: An Autobiography?

First of all, I, Jesus: An Autobiography is NOT an autobiography. Even calling it a biography would be deceptive. Autobiography, "a self-written account of the life of a person" this is not. There is a chapter which discusses the letters to the seven churches in the Revelation, where Jesus speaks in the first person--but that's it. There are quotes from the Gospels, but they are not self-written, but are the writers quoting Jesus. Then there are quotes from elsewhere in the New Testament where the writers talk about Jesus, which is starting to approach that of a biography, but the full telling of the story of Jesus' earthly or heavenly life just doesn't happen.

What the book does do, is to try to be apologetic. In the first section written by Welty, there are dozens of short chapters presented as "claims." On and on they go, unconnected with each other, no attempt at a narrative. Missler's writing makes up the latter part of the book. The afore-mentioned discussion of the Revelation letters which is just OK, but he often writes that "this warrants further exploration" then moves on to something else. Then there is a long discussion of coded names in the Hebrew version of a chapter from Isaiah where he tries to convince the reader that understanding these hidden puzzles--such as every 40th letter of these particular verses spells in Hebrew the name of one of Jesus' disciples--is a reason to believe that Jesus was who he said he was. Finally the book ends up with subject lists of Bible verse addresses, not the actual verse text, just the verse reference.

Possibly the presentation of these claims, letter puzzles, and such would be useful as a reference work, but I found it utterly frustrating to listen to as an audio book. Since I couldn't very well skip through it as an audio book or easily look back to earlier pages, I had to listen to the stream of narrative as it was written, and this book didn't present a narrative or a "story" that made reading it as audio a pleasant experience.

However, with all these strike outs at authorship, the thing I missed the most is this--the lack of of any revelation, insight, or deep understanding of Jesus, the man and God. The authors are scholars, but don't really offer substantial scholarship, nor do they present insight into Jesus as a person--living, breathing, interacting with other humans, having an interior life that manifests in a powerful outer life. Such is the stuff of great autobiography. This book is not that.

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  • JRT
  • 07-05-18

Amazing reference of the Gospels

Thank you for writing this honest clear book about Jesus. The truth sets us all free. Unfortubatley we live in a world where all too often many live in the denial of truth because of the cult ORG or gravy train they are leeching off of. This is a book you will want to share and listen to over and over. I enjoyed the audible version as it gave good clarity when listening to this material.

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  • james
  • 24-03-18

Jesus Christ the Messiah

Outstanding!!! The narrator does an excellent job. The writer backs up every claim Jesus makes about himself.

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  • maureen
  • 30-01-17

Unable to connect

I found this book hard to connect with. ..but it is subject I love dearly!
Chuck Missler has released so much better audio materials.

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  • Tina
  • 12-05-16

I never write a review

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

But after listening this for 30 mins, I want my money back. I'm not going to listen to someone say that Black was sold into slavery. Yeah maybe about a couple of hundred were sold into contractual slavery, but there still was 100s of thousand stolen... Now I can't trust anything they say. I hope William Welty wrote that part, because I really like Chuck Missler. If I find out it was him, because I'm going to write him, I want all my money back from him... I hate when Whites try to minimize their ancestor's roles into American slavery. Shame on them...

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