San Jose State University The Man Nobody Knows Book Discussion

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1. Exposition. Your first paragraph should describe the book, and briefly explain what you have decided about one or more of the questions that I have posed.

2. Development. The middle of your essay should explain your answer. It should offer details  about the main arguments and content of the book to support your claims. 

3. Conclusion. Your last paragraph should recapitulate your argument, and add some final point that you think bolsters your  perspective.

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Is Bruce Barton's 1925 book The Man Nobody Knows a "modern" interpretation of Jesus? Or is it another example of getting back to that "old time religion"? Historians, citing Prohibition and the Ku Klux Klan, see the 1920s as a revolt against modern urban life. Others, citing the Harlem Renaissance and emergence of radio and other technologies, see it as the dawn of modernism. How does Man Nobody Knows fit into the picture?

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The Man Nobody Knows
Bruce Barton’s book "The Man Nobody Knows: A Discovery of the Real Jesus" is a
religious book that explains Jesus Christ's work and describes him as the father of modern faith.
According to the book, Jesus Christ is also defined as the founder of modern business. This is
because the author has compared most of the activities done by Jesus with the world's most
successful businessmen. The book describes the physical life of Jesus Christ to a successful
person in business because his life and preaching journey reflected that of a successful executive.
According to the author, he developed this story because he felt that he did not only come to the
world to save the world but also had other missions. Most of the assignments that Jesus Christ
was involved in touched people's lives directly; hence his life and missions on earth can be
compared wi...


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