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J., E. (1924). Die Geschichtliche Personlichkeit Jesu: By Dr. Emil Jung. (Deutschland Verlag, Munich, 1924. Pp. 352.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:245.

(1924). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 5:245

Die Geschichtliche Personlichkeit Jesu: By Dr. Emil Jung. (Deutschland Verlag, Munich, 1924. Pp. 352.)

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E. J.

This life of Christ is written on fairly conservative lines, though it treats the historical personality as a purely human figure. In a previous work (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHO-ANALYSIS, Vol. III, p. 97), the author maintained the thesis that Jesus was the son of a Roman soldier. The book closes with a curious exordium to a Christian reunion in Germany which is to dominate the world.

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J., E. (1924). Die Geschichtliche Personlichkeit Jesu. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:245

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