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Christ Crucified-bookcover

By: Keith Gugan

Christ Crucified

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In Jesus’ time, his acts of healing and various demonstrations were phenomena that captivated many. Countless people experienced healings, mental restorations, and even resurrections. These events, labelled as ‘miracles’ by the emerging church in subsequent decades and centuries, unfortunately downplayed Jesus’ genuine impact on humanity by framing it as supernatural or otherworldly. Intriguingly, several of his disciples and followers carried forward his legacy, healing and teaching in Judea and surrounding regions with notable success.

Imagine if this legacy had expanded exponentially and received unwavering support. It could have reshaped society on a global scale. A world transformed where harmony reigns, where wars are unthinkable, and where many of our modern-day institutions, like the healthcare system and the pharmaceutical industry, might not even exist due to widespread health and prosperity.

Such potential underscores the magnitude of the missed opportunity. Yet, it also emphasizes that it’s never too late for a renaissance of such profound teachings and practices.

Keith Gugan was qualified as an engineer (BSc and PhD) before joining an international practice investigating fires and explosions and advising on the mitigation of such risks for government, commercial and industrial enterprises. He was active in that field for more than fifty years but had gradually become aware of a greater urgency facing both himself and humanity generally, namely the lack in understanding of Jesus’ role as the true representative of God in our lives. This has caused him to refocus: to see Jesus in his true resplendence. Unfortunately, Christianity has played a role in denigrating Jesus’ supremacy. But all religions suffer from the loss of Jesus’ presence in their lives. This book reveals that vacuum; now is the time to read, learn and grow.

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