Jesus, the One and Only

Jesus, the One and Only - 

Beth Moore, Dale McCleskey I started reading this book thinking it would be a serious study about the time period and the works concerning the topic. I was especially looking forward to etymological analysis (which I was led to believe from reviews was a key component of the book). Instead I found a personal interpretation of the Gospel of Luke, with an "imagine what so-and-so felt when" every other sentence. Mea culpa, I suppose.I'm sure it must be very inspirational for those looking for such things, but it's not for me, no disrespect intended.