ﾠThe church s vision of Jesus as a perfect man and a perfect God is not acceptable by all the branches of Christianity in the world. In fact, what is acceptable to one branch is sometimes an anathema to another. Today, the Catholic and the Protestant churches consider the church of the original apostles heretical! In this book, (which is the fruit of about eight years of hard work and is assiduously researched among the writings of the ante and post-Nicene fathers of the church), the author has exegetically dissected the four Canonical and several apocryphal Gospels in search of a clear vision of Jesus. The Gospels have placed the truth of the divinity of Jesus on the basis of virginal birth, the miracles, the prophecies of the Old Testament. The author by producing fresh arguments have effectively refuted the veracity of these claims. His unprecedented conversational treatment of the incomprehensible doctrine of Trinity is interesting and revealing. He has found the incomplete birth of the doctrine in the writings of one of the early fathers of the church in the second century, and has followed its gradual development by the successive fathers of the next couple of centuries, to what it is today. In the meantime, in every step of the way, he convincingly demonstrates the untenability of the doctrine.