by Alan Jacobs
The problem of the 'missing years' is one of the great biblical an historical mysteries and many theories exist as to how Jesus could have spent those years. Alan Jacobs presents, in an impartial manner, all the evidence about what happened during the nineteen years of Jesus' life missing from the Bible. With new information unveiled, the book addresses the following questions: did Jesus ever go to India or Tibet; what did he do in his missing years; is the Aquarian Gospel authentic; was Notovitch (the notorious author and explorer) a fraud; and, what do the Churches think.
|Publication date:||1st August 2009|
|Publisher:||Watkins Publishing an imprint of Watkins Media|
|Categories:||Religious issues & debates, The historical Jesus,|
Alan Jacobs has made a lifelong study of mysticism and is a regularly published author and poet. He is the editor of Poetry for the Spirit and the author of Essential Gnostic Gospels as well as several titles in the Sacred Text Series: Tales from Rumi and the beautiful poetic translations of The Gnostic Gospels and The Upanisads in the Sacred Text series.More About Alan Jacobs