Jesus In India
A former Fundamentalist from Texas is ousted from his church for asking unwelcome questions about the “missing years” of Jesus - the years from 12 to 30 unaccounted for in the Bible. The Texan, author Edward T. Martin, undertakes a seeker’s question across 4,000 miles of India in search of evidence and answers about where Jesus was during those “Lost Years.” An impressive array of Religious scholars and authorities weighs in, developing the cases for and against the theory of Jesus having traveled extensively in India.
Author Edward T. Martin documents a fact-based account of Lord Jesus Christ’s 4000 mile journey from Israel to India from the ages of 12 to 30. During this time He lived at Jaggannath Puri (which has been in existence since 486 BC)and Meenakshi Mandirs in Madurai, Chennai, and learned about patience and compassion from Hindu priests, though he did speak out against the Hindu Caste system. He also journeyed to Dharamshala as well as Ladakh, Tibet, to live amongst Buddhists. At age 30 He returned back, was baptized, and two years later was tortured, and eventually crucified by Roman ruler Pontius Pilate. The Lord did survive, was nursed back to health by his mother, Holy Mother Virgin Mary, and both eventually returned to India, where subsequently the Holy Mother was laid to rest at a tomb in Murree, India (now in Pakistan), while the Lord himself was entombed in Srinagar. With strong denials from the Vatican, the author now attempts to secure DNA samples of the Lord from His final resting place in Khanyar Street - now believed to be the resting place of Islamic Saint Youeza - amidst anger from the local Muslim community.
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