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Because Jesus is the gospel, the way he treats people in the Gospels is of crucial relevance. The theological meaning of his crucifixion and resurrection is inseparable from his interpersonal interactions. Discipleship and counseling must reckon with both. Joshua Blount reviews Love Walked Among Us by Paul Miller, which traces often-neglected implications of how Jesus lived.