Besides the 4 canonical Gospels, by Mathew, Mark, Luke and John, and the apocriph ones, of Joseph of Arimathea, of Thomas, of James, of Mary Magdalene and of Phillip, those of arabs and some others, much has been written about Jesus Christ. Benedict XVI has published his Jesus of Nazaret, an historical look to the mistery of Jesus. The Nobel Saramago too has written his Evangile of Jesus Christ. In The life of Jesus in Urantia he is an alien or extraterrestre who like another Superman comes down to Earth. In The life of Jesus told by himself, he makes confidences to a spiritist. In the Life of Jesus, by french writer Renan, he is but an extraordinary man. In this The Son of God, autocritic of Jesus of Nazaret, I imagine being him and admired, not to say amused, comment so many nonsense and extravagance associated to me. I do not think myself to be God neither I wish to redeem whomever; I see me as a preacher, somebody who instead of taking some job common at his time and environment prefers to hit the road to teach anybody else the right behaviour. A man and nothing but a man a product of his environment. As an irreverent subject used to say, after 10.000 years from now, nor even God will remind me”.