After suffering a personal loss, the doctor Marco Polo goes to Jerusalem to confront a surprising question: did Jesus know how handle his own mind? Moving past a mythical persona, he analyzes a man who could handle losses and frustrations with resilience and a talent to form brilliant goals. Millions on the internet follow the debates about his research, but no one is prepared to see Jesus under such a revolutionary microscope.
About the Author
Augusto Cury is a psychiatrist, investigator, and writer. He developed the Theory of Multifocal Intelligence that studies the process of constructing memories and the self as a mental administrator. Currently, he directs the Academy of Intelligence of São Paulo. He has sold more than 28 million books and been published in over 70 countries.