The Murder of Christ

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Macmillan, 1953 - 244 pages

In this profound and moving work, the scientist Wilhelm Reich explores the meaning of Christ's life and reveals the hidden, universal scourge that caused his agonizing death--The Emotional Plague of Mankind.

Reich contends that man is faced with full responsibility for the murder of Christ all through the ages--for the murder of fellow human beings, no matter what the circumstances. Here is the blunt truth about people's true ways of being, acting and emotional reacting.

Here, also, the lesson of the murder of Christ is applied to the contemporary social scene. The tragedy of Reich's own death points up the fact that the problems presented in THE MURDER OF CHRIST are acute problems of present-day society.

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Where is the exit? The great tragedy The great danger The body
15
IV
33
V
41
VI
55
VII
75
JUDAS ISCARIOT
89
X
99
TOWARD GOLGATHA
110
XIII
121
XV
132
XVI
138
XVIII
149
ON LAWS NEEDED FOR THE PROTECTION OF LIFE IN NEWBORNS
163
BIBLIOGRAPHY
223
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Wilhelm Reich, a native of Austria, was born in 1897. His many works include Listen, Little Man!, Character Analysis, and The Mass Psychology of Fascism. He died in 1957.

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