"For you, who am I? This questioning of Jesus to his disciples has lost none of its force. The Gospels cast doubt on the identity of this extraordinary man: is he a prophet? The Messiah expected by the Jews? The Son of God?
Today, however, Christianity is the only religion which affirms that its founder is both man and God. How were the Christians of the first centuries gradually brought to affirm the divinity of Jesus when he himself never identified with God?
How, at the end of passionate debates, were the dogmas of the Holy Trinity and of the Incarnation developed?
What other looks have been dismissed as "heretics" during these virulent theological contests that have claimed the lives of some?
What was the role of political power in the development of the Christian creed from the 4th century onwards and the conversion of Emperor Constantine?
Written like a story, this captivating work provides an understanding of the birth of Christianity as well as the foundations of the Christian faith and sharply asks the central question: who is Jesus?
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