Titles About The Secret Life Of Jesus
A summary of work done on the The Secret Life Of Jesus by various scholars over the years. An exploration of the roots of Christianity’s founder. Returns to the original sources to cut through the distorted and dishonest picture of Jesus created and promoted by the Christian churches. Draws heavily on a forensic examination of the gospels for the hard-edged reality behind the myths. Looks for evidence, both outside the bible, and by making a study of the bible itself for evidence of what the historical Jesus may have been like. The picture drawn is not terribly flattering.
The Gospel of Barnabas is a book depicting the life of Jesus, and claiming to be by Jesus’ disciple Barnabas. Two manuscripts are known to have existed, both dated to the late 16th century and written respectively in Italian and in Spanish. The Spanish manuscript is now lost. The text now only exists in a partial 18th-century transcript. The Gospel of Barnabas in the Italian manuscript has 222 chapters, which makes it longer than the four biblical gospels put together. The majority of the book is devoted to an account of Jesus’ ministry. Much of it harmonized well with gospel accounts but there is divergence, which is similar to the Islamic interpretation of Christian origins and contradicts the New Testament teachings. The Gospel of Barnabas was relatively unknown until recently when Muslims began publishing the text claiming it was the oldest or most authentic gospel. It is anti-Pauline and anti-Trinitarian. Jesus is described as a prophet and not the son of God. Paul is called “the deceived”. The Gospel of Barnabas states that Jesus escaped crucifixion by being raised alive to heaven while Judas Iscariot the traitor was crucified in his place. The belief that Jesus is a prophet of God and was raised alive without being crucified conforms to Islamic teachings in which Jesus is a major prophet and he did not die on the cross but was taken alive by angels to God (Allah).
Nicolas Notovitch was a Russian aristocrat, Cossack officer, spy, and journalist known for his contention that during the years of The the Secret Life Of Jesus missing from the Bible, he followed traveling merchants abroad into India and the Hemis Monastery in Ladakh, Nepal, where he studied Buddhism. While recovering from a broken leg at the at the monastery of Himis, Notovich discovered the text to The Life of Issa and realized that it recounted the lost years of Jesus. This controversial book shows where many of Jesus’ beliefs comes from, while at the same time showing that Jesus was already well on his way to his fundamental beliefs at a very young age.
Painstakingly rebuilds the long-forgotten story contained in the scattered rites and ceremonies of Freemasonry and puts forth explosive evidence drawn from the latest archaeological discoveries, the Bible, and early versions of Masonic rituals. What it reveals is “The Masonic Testament”, a parallel narrative to the Bible, with events that go unmentioned or unnoticed in those sacred pages, including a secret science of astronomy that they find encoded in the Bible. The study concludes with the startling revelation: that a lost science that changed the world before, could change it once again.
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