Thursday, October 01, 2020

1113. A TURNING POINT ... 11




Nothing is known about most part of Jesus' life. At age of twelve he was missed by his parents during the Passover festival in Jerusalem. They later found him in the temple talking or discussing things with the teachers there. After this age he comes again at the age of 30 to start and continue his religious work or ministry.

Umpteen number of theories about this missed time of his life and also for life "after crucifixion". They are so many and also so much unbelievable. Some of them are as follows:

In the late medieval period, there appeared Arthurian legends that the young Jesus had been in Britain. Arthurian legends hold that Jesus travelled to Britain as a boy, lived at Priddy in the Mendips.

 In the 19th and 20th centuries theories began to emerge that between the ages of 12 and 29 Jesus had visited Kashmir, or had studied with the Essenes in the Judea desert. Modern mainstream Christian scholarship has generally rejected these theories and holds that nothing is known about this time period in the life of Jesus.[

Jesus survived his crucifixion and continued his life, instead of what was stated in the New Testament that he ascended into Heaven with two angels

Jacolliot compared the accounts of the life of Bhagavan Krishna with that of Jesus Christ in the gospels and concluded that it could not have been a coincidence that the two stories have so many similarities in many of the finer details. 

According to the scrolls, Jesus abandoned Jerusalem at the age of 13 and set out towards Sind, “intending to improve and perfect himself in the divine understanding and to studying the laws of the great Buddha”. He crossed Punjab and reached Puri Jagannath where he studied the Vedas under Brahmin priests. He spent six years in Puri and Rajgirh, near Nalanda, the ancient seat of Hindu learning. Then he went to the Himalayas, and spent time in Tibetan monasteries, studying Buddhism, and through Persia, returned to Jerusalem at the age of 29.

Modern mainstream Christian scholarship has generally rejected any travels by Jesus to India, Tibet or surrounding areas as without historical basis:

Evidences of Christ in the Americas are claimed in the Book of Mormon

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