Jesus: The Man and His Work by Wallace D. Wattles
"It is doubtful if any man was ever more misunderstood by the people of his own time than Jesus of Nazareth. Certainly no man was ever more grossly misrepresented by succeeding generations, and especially by those who professed to be his friends and followers." Wallace D. Wattles In "Jesus: The Man and His Work"
On November 11, 1905, Wallace D. Wattles, who went on to write some of the most powerful, life changing books ever written, including his classic masterpiece, "The Science of Getting Rich", addressed an audience gathered at the Auditorium in Cincinnati, Ohio to hear him lecture.
In that short, but very powerful lecture, Wallace D. Wattles shattered orthodox misconceptions, misunderstandings, and outright misrepresentations of the character and teachings of Jesus and shared his vision of the real Christ and His true call.
The lecture made such a favorable impression on certain listeners that they wanted to have it printed if Wallace D. Wattles provided the manuscript.
Like many privately printed publications of this type, it had a very limited distribution and like many of them from its day, its few copies quickly disappeared over time never to be seen again…
I’ve been a very serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles for several years now. Although he wrote several other books, Wallace D. Wattles is best known for his classic masterpiece, "The Science of Getting Rich", which has shown generations of readers the way to riches.
During my extensive research into Wallace D. Wattles’ writings, I discovered that he gave this lecture and that his manuscript was privately printed as a book – one that is very rare and practically unknown.
Recently, after several years of searching for it, I finally found a copy of this very rare, practically unknown book written by Wallace D. Wattles… Read more…
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