A friend of mine gave me this book as a gift. He believes in the idea that there were two Jesus Children as outlined in this small book, stating that there were two Jesus-es. The theory brought forward is based on the two differing genealogies from the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. In Nesfield-Cookson's mind, who is reiterating the thoughts of Rudolf Steiner, the two genealogies are so different that they produced two Jesus-es. No where in the book is it mentioned that one is the genealogy of Mary, while the other of Joseph's.
From this misdirected idea, it only gets worse. The two birth stories of Christ are compared. The author states that these are two different births of two… Read more