Bernard Starr, PhD is professor emeritus at the City University of New York (Brooklyn College), where he taught developmental psychology and directed a graduate gerontology program. He is the author of Escape Your Own Prison: Why We Need Spirituality and Psychology To Be Truly Free," which explores spirituality as a psychology of consciousness. It has been praised as “A radical inner journey which challenges preconceived notions about true spiritual consciousness.” Starr has written, produced and hosted an award-winning radio commentary, “The Longevity Report,” as well as television documentaries on productive living in the third age of life. From 2007-2010 he was president of the Association for Spirituality and Psychotherapy. Starr’s articles have appeared in newspapers throughout the United States and major Internet news sites including the Huffington Post, OpEdNews, Salon, and the Religion and Spirituality section of UPI. He is also the principal United Nations representative for the Institute of Global Education, founder of the Mucherla Global School in Mucherla, India.
A bold re-examination of the life and death of a dedicated Jew whose teachings were distorted and his persona hijacked to create an artificial divide between Christianity and Judaism.Jesus Uncensored breaks new ground with surprising insights into age-old questions and conundrums.In a new climate of reconciliation Starr courageously calls on Jews to embrace Jesus as a fellow Jew.