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Jesus and the Eightfold Path

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This serial novella answers one simple question – what if the three wise men from the New Testament were the same three companions of the Buddha in the Chinese classic A Journey to the West?
Hardcover, serial e-novella, 72 pages
Published 2010 by Apex
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This feels like it comes from the pen of James Morrow: a mash-up of genre conventions (in this case, biblical narrative and kung-fu movie) in the service of illuminating some big spiritual questions. Many have speculated on the similarities of the teachings of Jesus and the Buddha; imagine the explanation being that the former was a reincarnation of the latter, and that He spent His life under the guidance of spirit guides from the East who supported his journey to enlightenment with a healthy d ...more
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Lavie Tidhar was raised on a kibbutz in Israel. He has travelled extensively since he was a teenager, living in South Africa, the UK, Laos, and the small island nation of Vanuatu.

Tidhar began publishing with a poetry collection in Hebrew in 1998, but soon moved to fiction, becoming a prolific author of short stories early in the 21st century.

Temporal Spiders, Spatial Webs won the 2003 Clarke-Bradb
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