The Greatest Philosopher Who Ever Lived
Obviously, Jesus did not teach at Pontifical Gregorian University or at Harvard or at Paris-Sorbonne or at Georgetown or at Oxford or at Salamanca or at any other university. He did not write some kind of a Platonist Republic, or an Aristotelian Ethics or Logic, or a Kantian Critique of Pure Reason, or a Hegelian Phenomenology of Spirit, or a Cartesian Discourse on the Method, or a Kierkegaardian Either/Or. He never quoted any philosopher from any part of the world and any culture. Yet, he surpassed them all. His philosophy was the way to the fullness of life, as he clearly indicated, “I came that they might have life and have it to the full.” This fullness of life is what this book all about. It is an invitation to rediscover, hit it off with, and stick with the Jesus of the Gospel—the divine guide for the higher consciousness, the master instructor for the fullness of life curriculum, and the greatest philosopher who ever lived for a meaningful and truly worthy life.