The 16th book of the Wiedmann Bible portrays the story of Jesus Christ according to the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Willy Wiedmann painted the images for this book in 1993. It begins with a catalog of Jesus’ family lineage. Then it continues with the Immaculate Conception, then seeking shelter in the inn, then the birth of Jesus Christ, and then to the proclamation of the kingdom of God and on to his death, resurrection, and ascension.