He never had a book deal or a syndicated column or a TV show.
He never toured the talk show circuit and he never spoke at a conference.
He didn’t have a million Twitter followers or a Facebook fan page.
He never leveraged the power of digital networks or social marketing.
He never sold out a stadium, and he never hit a single best-seller list.
He was an outsider.
He felt wholly out of place among the holy rollers.
Too radical a renegade to ever hit the mainstream.
Yet today, his life and words still resonate with billions – even after 2 000 years.
That some would dismiss him out of hand without a second thought, truly baffles me.