Table of contents for Flesh-and-blood Jesus : learning to be fully human from the Son of Man / Dan Russ.

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Contents
		Introduction: On Blind Spots and Spotting Blindness 000
	1.	Manger Wetter: Coming to Terms with Our Neediness 000
	2.	Longing to Belong: Finding Our Place in the World 000
	3.	Mother's Guilt: Living in the Tension Between a Parent's Will and 
God's Will 000
	4.	The Problem of Authority: Deciding How to Respond 000
	5.	The Failures of Jesus: Why Falling Short Is Okay Sometimes 000
	6.	In Need of Friends: The Importance of Companions for Life's 
Journey 000
	7.	The Dysfunctions of Jesus's Family: Learning When to Embrace and 
When to Resist Our Own Families 000
	8.	Jesus and Sex: Daring to See Jesus as a Sexual Being 000
	9.	Good and Angry: Passion with Purpose in a World of Violence 000
	10.	When Jesus Questioned the Father: How Doubt and Fear Drive Us to 
God 000
	11.	Extreme Jesus: Eschewing Stereotypical Spirituality 000
	12.	How Should Christians Die? A Lesson in the End of Life 000
	13.	Scarred for Life: The Stories Our Wounds Tell 000
	14.	Feasting with Jesus: Learning to Eat Between Meals 000
		Notes 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jesus Christ -- Example.
Jesus Christ -- Humanity.
Christian life.