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Did you know Jesus was a MURDERER as a child?

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doctor

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Aug 13, 2007
Why We Know Nothing About Jesus' Childhood?

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According to:

THE FIRST GOSPEL OF THE INFANCY OF JESUS CHRIST

Chapter XIX

Ver. 22

When the Lord Jesus was comming home in the evening with Joseph, he met a boy, who ran so hard against him, that he threw him down; To whom the Lord Jesus said, As thou hast thrown me down, so shalt thou fall, nor ever rise.
And that moment the boy fell down and died.

This is on page 112 of the new book 'SECRET GOSPELS REVEALED" by Dr. Aaron K. Goldman. I've just purchased this book on amazon.com/shops/thebestsellers .

Was Jesus' childhood something that churches needed to hide?
mechanic45

Helenwood, TN

#2 Aug 13, 2007
Then you wasted your money on the book
Emily

UK

#3 Aug 14, 2007
doctor wrote:
Why We Know Nothing About Jesus' Childhood?
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According to:
THE FIRST GOSPEL OF THE INFANCY OF JESUS CHRIST
Chapter XIX
Ver. 22
When the Lord Jesus was comming home in the evening with Joseph, he met a boy, who ran so hard against him, that he threw him down; To whom the Lord Jesus said, As thou hast thrown me down, so shalt thou fall, nor ever rise.
And that moment the boy fell down and died.
This is on page 112 of the new book 'SECRET GOSPELS REVEALED" by Dr. Aaron K. Goldman. I've just purchased this book on amazon.com/shops/thebestsellers .
Was Jesus' childhood something that churches needed to hide?
Where did you get that author from? Oh and that website doesn't have the listing...but it does here.

The First Gospel Of The Infancy Of Jesus Christ (Paperback)
by Anonymous (Author)
http://www.amazon.com/First-Gospel-Infancy-Je...

Since: Jul 07

Hardin, MT

#4 Aug 14, 2007
I heard things like that! I would advice people not to buy into those lies. The Bible warns of false people and such.
aesthetic

United States

#5 Aug 15, 2007
doctor wrote:
Why We Know Nothing About Jesus' Childhood?
----------
According to:
THE FIRST GOSPEL OF THE INFANCY OF JESUS CHRIST
Chapter XIX
Ver. 22
When the Lord Jesus was comming home in the evening with Joseph, he met a boy, who ran so hard against him, that he threw him down; To whom the Lord Jesus said, As thou hast thrown me down, so shalt thou fall, nor ever rise.
And that moment the boy fell down and died.
This is on page 112 of the new book 'SECRET GOSPELS REVEALED" by Dr. Aaron K. Goldman. I've just purchased this book on amazon.com/shops/thebestsellers .
Was Jesus' childhood something that churches needed to hide?
But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. And many shall follow their pernicious ways; by reason of whom the way of truth shall be evil spoken of.
Boomer

Waukegan, IL

#6 Aug 15, 2007
doctor wrote:
Why We Know Nothing About Jesus' Childhood?
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According to:
THE FIRST GOSPEL OF THE INFANCY OF JESUS CHRIST
Chapter XIX
Ver. 22
When the Lord Jesus was comming home in the evening with Joseph, he met a boy, who ran so hard against him, that he threw him down; To whom the Lord Jesus said, As thou hast thrown me down, so shalt thou fall, nor ever rise.
And that moment the boy fell down and died.
This is on page 112 of the new book 'SECRET GOSPELS REVEALED" by Dr. Aaron K. Goldman. I've just purchased this book on amazon.com/shops/thebestsellers .
Was Jesus' childhood something that churches needed to hide?
Enjoy your piece of fiction. Looks like you wasted your money on a fairytale.

Since: Jun 07

Indiana

#7 Aug 15, 2007
So if I decided to write a secret gospel myself about an alien invasion during old testament times, does that make it true?
The "doctor" seems to think so.

Since: Aug 07

Ogden, UT

#8 Aug 20, 2007
The Bald Guy wrote:
So if I decided to write a secret gospel myself about an alien invasion during old testament times, does that make it true?
The "doctor" seems to think so.
I take you never pass high school

Since: Jul 07

Kansas City, MO

#9 Aug 20, 2007
This is complete fiction. One major problem with it is that Jesus would never have been called Lord as a child. Don't believe everything you read.

Since: Jun 07

Indiana

#10 Aug 20, 2007
intellectualweb wrote:
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I take you never pass high school
First off, when attempting to criticize someone elses academic achievements,(Are you still with me, or are those words too big?) one should at least attempt to write a coherant statement. For example: Makes sure you use the correct verb tense.
The statement, "I take you never pass high school," is not what I would consider to be a shining example of intellectual superiority.
Now perhaps you could attempt to actually respond to my post by saying exactly what part of it brings my graduation under scrutiny. However, I have a feeling you are nothing more than a hit-and-run poster attempting to make himself feel superior.

Since: Jul 07

Kansas City, MO

#11 Aug 21, 2007
intellectualweb wrote:
<quoted text>
I take you never pass high school
Umm..ok I'm not sure you should be questioning one's intelligence. But that's just my humble opinion.

Since: Jun 07

Indiana

#12 Aug 22, 2007
Jay Adkins wrote:
This is complete fiction. One major problem with it is that Jesus would never have been called Lord as a child. Don't believe everything you read.
Also, we should bear in mind that Jesus was stripped of his clothing, beaten to the point where he was not identifiable as human, had a crown of thorns shoved into his scalp, nailed to a chunk of wood, and left hanging to die. And what did he say during his crucifixion? "Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do."
Are we to believe that Jesus, who asked for forgiveness for the people who were beating, humiliating, torturing, and killing Him, wished death on a kid who knocked Him down? I don't buy it.
333Trinity7

Seattle, WA

#13 Aug 22, 2007
The writing to which the person refers comes from the Lost Books of Infancy, apocryphal books, not included in the Bible text. Other books not included were the Books of Eden. ythese are surmised and cataloged as legend or myth, since there is no historical data to back up the time of the writings, etc. Also, these books are written from oral history.
I have read them all and the person's interpretation that "Jesus was a murderer" is a very shortsighted view of that text in it's entirity. In previous stories Jesus is confronted with cruel playmates and in later chapters his parents take him to teachers to get a handle on his upbringing so He might gather himself to directed purcpose.
None of this shakes my faith. To think the Lord was faced with similar issues as all of us...ummm...that's the point, eh?
Anyway, in the New Testament we are told Jesus was made subject to His parents after staying in the Temple for three days and them worrying looking for Him.........Why is it hard to believe He might have had some childhood issues as well?

This non believer writing is trying to shatter your faith...really, oif we have a personal relationship with the Lord, this is of little concern.

Since: Jun 07

Indiana

#14 Aug 22, 2007
333Trinity7 wrote:
The writing to which the person refers comes from the Lost Books of Infancy, apocryphal books, not included in the Bible text. Other books not included were the Books of Eden. ythese are surmised and cataloged as legend or myth, since there is no historical data to back up the time of the writings, etc. Also, these books are written from oral history.
I have read them all and the person's interpretation that "Jesus was a murderer" is a very shortsighted view of that text in it's entirity. In previous stories Jesus is confronted with cruel playmates and in later chapters his parents take him to teachers to get a handle on his upbringing so He might gather himself to directed purcpose.
None of this shakes my faith. To think the Lord was faced with similar issues as all of us...ummm...that's the point, eh?
Anyway, in the New Testament we are told Jesus was made subject to His parents after staying in the Temple for three days and them worrying looking for Him.........Why is it hard to believe He might have had some childhood issues as well?
This non believer writing is trying to shatter your faith...really, oif we have a personal relationship with the Lord, this is of little concern.
He stayed in the temple because He was teaching the scribes. They were the experts in scriptures, yet He knew more than them. Jesus, even though was in the body of a child, was still the Christ, and as such did not make mistakes. Nor did his behavior have to be "corrected" by Mary and Joseph. I'm not doubting that there could have been a time where a child shoved Him down. I am saying that Christ would not have killed him for it.
333Trinity7

Seattle, WA

#15 Aug 23, 2007
Actually, yes, he did stay in the temple to teach the scribes, but he was told to be somewhere else.
His answer to his parents was that he was about his father's business. I am not debating the perfection of Christ here, but you cannot deny the next verse says: " He was made subject to his parents."
Then , we hear nothing until his ministry.
Do not suppose that the stories you here in Sunday School, or from the pulpit are enough reading and studying.
333Trinity7

Seattle, WA

#16 Aug 23, 2007
Why would God ALmighty have seen the need for His son to have earthly parents? There are some things you must admit do not make sense in your defense, Bald guy. Why the argrument with a fellow believer anyway........? You don't think Jesus, who was made flesh, and knew all our human frailties NEVER needed to be taught or redirected by his earthly parents?
Why have them then?
You aptly stated he wouldn't have been called LORD until later in life, but have no problem calling him CHrist.........ummmmm
So what works for you is one thing, but for the non believer who first wrote they have different limits for debate?
I do not understand your terms for discussion?

Since: Jun 07

Indiana

#17 Aug 23, 2007
333Trinity7 wrote:
Do not suppose that the stories you here in Sunday School, or from the pulpit are enough reading and studying.
You make awefully big assumptions about the amount and type of studying I do...

Since: Jun 07

Indiana

#18 Aug 23, 2007
333Trinity7 wrote:
Why would God ALmighty have seen the need for His son to have earthly parents? There are some things you must admit do not make sense in your defense, Bald guy. Why the argrument with a fellow believer anyway........? You don't think Jesus, who was made flesh, and knew all our human frailties NEVER needed to be taught or redirected by his earthly parents?
If this were true, we would not have been perfect, now would he have?
333Trinity7 wrote:
Why have them then?
You'd have to ask God that question. I cannot speak for Him or determine the motives behind His actions. Let me ask you, do you believe that Christ absolutely needed parents to survive?
333Trinity7 wrote:
You aptly stated he wouldn't have been called LORD until later in life, but have no problem calling him CHrist.........ummmmm
I wasn't the one that made the comment about him not being called Lord at a young age. HOWEVER, does the fact that people did not call Him Lord when he was young change who He was? Do you believe that he only became the messiah after puberty?
333Trinity7 wrote:
So what works for you is one thing, but for the non believer who first wrote they have different limits for debate?
I do not understand your terms for discussion?
Please explain that last statement further.
Boomer

Indianapolis, IN

#19 Aug 23, 2007
Why would God ALmighty have seen the need for His son to have earthly parents?
Because God does not go back on his word. God promised that a "seed" of David would reign over Judah. The geneology in Luke shows the blood line of Mary from David through David's son Nathan. Matthew shows the royal line through David's son Soloman and from him to Jesus through Jesus' adoptive and earthly father Joseph
333Trinity7

Seattle, WA

#20 Aug 24, 2007
All have misunderstood the comments.....Probably my lack of writing expression

Bald Guy: I was not attempting to make comments about your study habits, forgive me. I do not write as well as speak, be patient the Lord is working me here.
I am not trying to change the authority, nor the HOLY and DIVINE nature of our Lord and Savior.
I realize, however, that when people post comments to attack the Faith, that they are not able to "see" as we do. Jesus did come as a "man" made flesh.
It is not difficult to accept just about anything written or surmised about our Lord....I said, Accept, not believe here.
Did He need earthly parents....GOd can do anything...He certainly doesn't need me to figure out His plans.......and no I think Jesus would have made it fine without them, but that wasn't the covenant now was it?

Please accept any apology I need make for any unknowing offense here.
This was my first post and I am very new at this..........
I spend a majority of my life in mission to non believers and it will take me time to adjust my language syntax to this site.
Sorry it took so long to respond.

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