I've just started reading the book with this name by Harvey Cox, my hero of the sixties (He wrote The Secular City, which informed the perspective and values of a whole generation of ministers.)
I've just begun the book, but I found something on page 16 that seemed worth blogging on:
Most of us know that Jesus died at 33. We also know that his most prominent followers of the last century may have been Gandhi, MKL, and Bonhoeffer, all of whom died violent deaths for their witness.
I can see how this young man will be of great interest to people early in life. But what about us old timers? What might Jesus have been doing if he had lived to be 80? Harvey said he couldn't imagine Jesus drawing social security or playing shuffleboard at Ft. Lauderdale. Nietzsche imagined that he might have outgrown his "youthful exuberance". How do you imagine?