6 edition of The Lost Years of Jesus found in the catalog.
December 1, 1988 by Summit University Press .
Written in English
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|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||459|
“Reads like a detective thriller. It picks you up and never lets go of you.” ―Jess Stearn, bestselling author of Edgar Cayce, The Sleeping Prophet Ancient texts reveal that Jesus spent 17 years in the Orient.
They say that from age 13 to Jesus traveled to India, Nepal, Ladakh and Tibet as both student and teacher.4/4(79). The Lost Years of Jesus book. Read 22 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The Gospels record Jesus age 12 in the temple, then age 30 /5(22). This remarkable puzzle, which involves eighteen lost years or "Hidden Years" in the life of Jesus, may well turn out to be a cornerstone for understanding many enigmas about Christianity -- like the long-ignored missing but somehow obvious clue in a Author: Paul Davids.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Lost Years of Jesus: Documentary Evidence of Jesus' Year Journey to the East/5(78). Several years ago, I had read and loved everything Mary Higgins Clark had written.
For many reasons I had not attempted to read one of her books over the past 5 or 6 years. However, the premise of The Lost Years intrigued me so I decided to give the author another try.
To my great disappointment, I found this book too difficult to complete/5. The Missing Years of Jesus (Urantia Book) Tibetan Gospel; The Life of Saint Issa; Jesus' Missing Years (Opposing View) The Jesus of the New Age Movement (Opposing View) Christian Research Journal (Opposing View) Did Jesus go to India.
(Opposing View) The Lost Years of Jesus: Documentary Evidence of Jesus' Year Journey to the East; The Lost. In this remarkable book we discover that at 12 years of age Jesus traveled to India and spent the next 16 years or so studying with the various sages and yogis of India, China & Tibet.
Sathya Sai Baba also The Lost Years of Jesus book that Jesus spent this same period of time in India, as well as in the Chinese & Tibetan Himalaya Mountain Ranges. "The Lost Years of Jesus" looks at the nearly year gap in the Gospels regarding the life of Christ.
Included is speculation on whether Jesus may have traveled outside of Palestine during those. Jesus: The Explosive Story of the 30 Lost Years and the Ancient Mystery Religions offers startling new evidence culled from hard to find Vatican texts, theosophical classics, ancient texts, legends, and systems of hermetic symbolism used to construct a radical new timeline of Jesus’ life.
This book clearly shows that Jesus spent seven years. The greatest boost to the dissemination of this theory has been through the controversial Elizabeth Claire Prophet and her book, The Lost Years of Jesus.
It is widely available in bookstores and contains both the Russian traveler’s and the Swami’s translations of. The 'Lost' Years. Among history's most fascinating mysteries is the Bible's silence about Jesus Christ's early life.
In the gospel of Mark, for instance, Jesus springs into the story as a thirty-year-old man being baptized and beginning His life's work of preaching the gospel of the Kingdom of apostle John's account is not so abrupt, although he, too, glosses over the first three. Finding the Lost Years of Jesus: A Christian In this fascinating work of biblical and historical scholarship, author Daryn Graham offers readers a glimpse into the life of Jesus between the ages of thirteen and thirty-years largely ignored by the authors of the New Testament.
In The Lost Years of Jesus, Elizabeth Clare Prophet gathers four eyewitness accounts of the existence of these scrolls, plus three translations recounting those lost years.
She tells the intriguing story of how Russian journalist Nicholas Notovitch discovered the manuscripts in in a monastery in Ladakh and how critics tried to use their. The Lost Years of Jesus: Documentary Evidence of Jesus' Year Journey to the East by Prophet, Elizabeth Clare and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Jesus in India – DVD PS2 The shocking truth about Jesus of Nazareth.
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Other authors have taken these themes and incorporated it into their own works. For example, in her book The Lost Years of Jesus: Documentary Evidence of Jesus' Year Journey to the East, Elizabeth Clare Prophet asserts that Buddhist manuscripts provide evidence that Jesus traveled to India, Nepal, Ladakh and Tibet.
THE MISSING YEARS IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST by Bertrand L. Comparet Taken From Your Heritage Prepared into a PDF file by: Clifton A. Emahiser’s Teaching Ministries Plus Critical Notes The four gospels written by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, tell of the life and ministry of Yahshua the Christ.
The gospel of Matthew traces Him from His birthFile Size: 92KB. Lois Drake masterfully weaves the threads of the "lost kingdom of the Kushans" and the "lost years of Jesus" into an inspired and authentic tapestry of adventure, intrigue and spirituality.
ISSA - The Greatest Story Never Told explores the life of young Jesus during his teens and twenties coming to terms with the meaning of life and the role he. His research for that book led him to team with award-winning filmmaker Norm Miles to produce his latest documentary, Jesus: The Lost Years.
The filmmakers released the film last year, but recently it was made available through Christian retail stores as a special two-DVD set. THOMAS'S GOSPEL of the INFANCY of JESUS CHRIST. [The original in Greek, from which this translation is made, will be found printed by Cotelerius, in his notes on the constitutions of the Apostles, from a MS.
in the French King's Library, No. —It is attributed to Thomas, and conjectured to have been originally connected with the Gospel of Mary.].
11 Joseph replied, Because I have lost my labour in the work which I have been about these two years. 12 Jesus said to him, Fear not, neither be cast down; 13 Do thou lay hold on one side of the throne, and I will the other, and we will bring it to its just dimensions.
A year old gold lettered book alleged to be the "Gospel of Barnabas" has surfaced in Turkey. It is made up of loosely-tied leather and written in Aramaic, the language of Israel during the time of Jesus Christ. The book is alleged to say that Judas Iscariot took the place of Jesus at the crucifixion.
The book claims that Jesus also prophesied the coming of. Documentary evidence of Jesus’ year journey to India, Nepal and Tibet Ancient texts reveal that Jesus spent seventeen years in the Orient. They say that from age 13 to age 29 he was both student and teacher. The events of his pilgrimage from Jerusalem to India were recorded by Buddhist historians.
To this day he is known and loved throughout the East as 3/5(3). The Essene Book of Revelation; Fox's Book of Martyrs; First Book of Adam and Eve; Second Book of Adam and Eve; Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright; The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel; The Lost Years of Jesus; Mystery of the Ages; The Two Babylons; The United States and Britian in Prophecy; Lost Books of the Bible and the Forgotten Books of Eden.
Buy a cheap copy of The Lost Years of Jesus: Documentary book by Elizabeth Clare Prophet. The Gospels record Jesus age 12 in the temple, then age 30 at the river Jordan. Where was he in the interim. Ancient Buddhist manuscripts say Jesus left Palestine Free shipping over $/5(5). Over the centuries, the claim has repeatedly been made that Jesus Christ not only walked the earth, but also spent his early and post-crucifixion years in a variety of places, including Egypt, India, Great Britain, Japan, and America.
Indeed, traditions maintain that. The Gospels do not say where Jesus was between the ages of 12 and 30 – the “lost years.” However, ancient Buddhist manuscripts say Jesus left Palestine and traveled to India, Nepal, Ladakh and Tibet during these lost years.
For the first time, Elizabeth Clare Prophet brings together the eyewitness accounts of four peop. Explore the life and teachings of Jesus from The Urantia Book. Discover the lost 30 years between Jesus' birth and his public ministry, not described in the New Testament.
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The missing years of Jesus There’s a serious gap in the bible that omits almost 20 years of Jesus’ life. Archeologist L. Taylor Hansen in her book He Walked the Americas.
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The Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ The Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ Infancy of Jesus Christ, Podcast/Download. The following accounts we found in the book of Joseph the high-priest, called by some Caiaphas: He relates, that Jesus spake even when he was in the cradle, and said to his mother.
The Inside Story of a Controversial New Text About Jesus According to a top religion scholar, this 1,year-old text fragment suggests some early Christians believed Jesus was married—possibly.
Over the centuries, the claim has repeatedly been made that Jesus Christ not only walked the earth but also spent his early and post-crucifixion years in a variety of places, including Egypt, India, Great Britain, Japan and America. Indeed, traditions maintain that Jesus, the great godman of the West, lived, learned, loved and died in such places.
Popular modern literature also Author: Jagannatha Dasa. Gathering dust in the British Library is a document that takes us into the missing years of Jesus’ life. Scholars believe that Jesus was Author: Professor Barrie Wilson.
There is an Arthurian legend that Jesus traveled to Britain during his lost years — this perhaps explains the idea that Joseph of Arimathea brought the Holy Grail to England after Jesus' death, and thus why the Knights of the Round Table are seeking it there.
William Blake's poem "And did those feet in ancient time" (better known as the lyrics to "Jerusalem") was inspired by this story. There is no record in the Bible of Jesus’ whereabouts between the age of twelve, when he was in the temple in Jerusalem discoursing with the rabbis, and age thirty, when we see him at the River Jordan being baptized.
Those intervening years—the so-called “lost years”—are the most important years of Jesus’ life because in those years he became who he was and prepared.
In The Lost Years of Jesus, Elizabeth Clare Prophet documents other supporters of Notovitch's work, the most prominent of which was Nicholas Roerich. Roerich - a Theosophist - claimed that from to he traveled throughout Central Asia and discovered that legends about Issa were widespread.
The Lost years of Jesus are the years of Jesus's adulthood before he began his ministry, traditionally at the age of Little detail is given about them in the four canonical gospels, aside from the nativity myths, and even Luke doesn't go beyond age These infancy narratives are problematic for historical reasons and largely viewed as later inventions or pretty stories.
The book is not a literal account of Jesus’s early life. All of the gospels, including the canonical ones, were based on oral traditions collected after Jesus’s death and to a greater or lesser extent were intended to support a doctrinal point of view.In the book, Jesus foretells the birth of Prophet Muhammad, the one who founded Islam years later.
Truth be told, there have been some murmurs surrounding the authenticity of the Bible we’re using today. There is a clique that believes that, during the Council of Nicea, the Catholic Church picked the canonical gospel books such as Matthew.