This book provides the missing pieces to the jigsaw puzzle we call Jesus. The missing pieces are so different from the existing pieces present in the Gospels of the New Testament that a new and unfamiliar picture of Jesus emerges. Without this book, and especially the Gospel of Simon of Cyrene, it is impossible to understand Jesus and his life. What has come before is rendered irrelevant and incoherent. For example, the dominant culture in the Roman Empire and Judea was Greek no Jewish. Or that Jesus believed in Judaism in terms of Greek philosophy. So much we as Catholics hear about our church comes from Protestant sources without such information being identified as such. Popular opinions become accepted as fact when it is not challenged as false. The author presents primary source material which will clearly seperate fact from fiction. Once the readers read the words of Jesus and his deeds in this book, they will understand the man and his mission. The testimony of the early church fathers is there for anyone to read and comprehend the Catholic nature of the early church. Truly, this book has in it what every Catholic should know about their faith and church.