In Jesus Christ the Person , author Nikolai Vladimirov uses a socio-spiritual method of analysis that supposes the social perception of the invisible, hidden, transcendental sides of reality in order to investigate Jesus Christ as a real, existing Person.
Vladimirov analyzes the main milestones in Jesus Christ’s life chronologically:
• the period before He was born
• His socialization, taking place between childhood and adolescence
• the reconstruction of His physical appearance and His language
• His emotions
• His way of thinking
• the level of knowledge He gave people
• His mission and deeds
• His posthumous acts, resurrection, and returning to His father
Jesus Christ the Person shares Vladimirov’s interpretation of a host of ideas related to sociological analysis of Jesus Christ the Person. He draws on his religious insight, using many examples to provide a guide for those seeking information about this aspect of Christian history.