Reviewer's Bookwatch, April 1998
Dr. One is an established psychiatrist who decides to start a new religion. In launching his movement he convinces our protagonist to serve an internship under him and to become a second Jesus Christ. They gather twelve disciples and use the example of the original Jesus to establish the movement -- including the intended sacrifice of our gullible intern.
Psychologically dramatic, and at times whimsical and humorous, Jesus Christ Jr. is an original novel revealing a story of spiritual struggle and psychological obsession that will engage the reader from first to last.