Man, Myth, Legend



He was born just like us, a baby boy. No Wealth. No influence. He was a son, a brother, a friend, and a carpenter. He spoke to large crowds but spent more time with small numbers of people. People that were ordinary men and women, some even outcasts. He traveled by foot, from home to home, town to town, never leaving an area the size of New Jersey. He only taught for three years and died in his early thirties. He didn’t leave an heir or army to champion his cause, only followers.  Yet his message grew, not through social media or viral videos, but simply people saying what he said and doing what he did. Years later, his message still grows and grows. He is the central figure in the world’s best-selling book and the subject of thousands more. His name is known all over the world. His message has outlasted kingdoms, empires, dynasties, revolutions, dictators, and ideologies. He is arguably the most influential, hated, exalted, controversial, revered, divisive, quoted, provocative, and praised person who ever lived, but he was just a man…or was he?