Critique of An Autobiography of Jesus Christ

A few points on a book alleged to be by Jesus Christ:

One, we treat this book with respect and intelligence and come to it with an open mind, but must urge all of you to consider whether or not the book deserves Jesus’s name on it, or one that belongs to Tina Spalding.

We don’t think that is too harsh of a critique, nor do we try to disguise who we are. We are Ananda, and just as we have come to many before, we come to you all with hope and wisdom that you use discretion.

Which is why we raise two criticisms:

1) Why do they refer to organic fresh fruit when Jesus would have had more concerns on his mind. While this point is not as big of an issue as you would like to make it out to be, we point out that this is more a reflection of Tina Spalding than it is Jesus. He is nice tho.

2) Jesus would never use an exclamation point at the end of “A Revolution of Love”. Again, a small criticism to consider, but when you get this far in your own channeling, you will soon need to decide whether they will write for you or you with us. Possession is real. And for many, we’re concerned…




Michael Medlen View All →

My name is Michael and during my free time I avoid having a day job. Strangely enough, this gives me the freedom to run this blog. I write just about anything that can be considered art. I also occasionally post articles that may or may not be relevant to the theme of this site. Youโ€™ve been warned.

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