Jesus Lived In India is a book by theologian, Holger Kersten, which presents the connection that Jesus had with India. It cites evidence that Jesus lived in India. Jesus Lived in India has ratings and 55 reviews. Author Holger Kersten in his second book concerning the Jesus conspiracy puts forth the arguments that. The Result Of Many Years Of Investigative Research, Jesus Lived In India Takes The Evidence Found By Theologian Holger Kersten Points To The Following.
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I loved the points the author makes to prove that the critics of the shroud are missing the truth and hence dismissive of Jesus’s existence. I am a fast reader, but this book made me to read slow, very slow, because, you have to pause and again read to grasp the information which one will not like to loose.
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Jesus Lived in India: His Unknown Life Before and After the Crucifixion
Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Apr 12, Kathy rated it it was amazing. Of course, given trade routes, Jesus would not need to visit India to have been exposed to the Buddhist theories of good behavior.
Now, I didn’t wish to learn that Jesus lived in India as there were very many saints who lived and thrived in this ancient nation. Kersten tried to prove Christ’s India trip by bringing forth some stupid evidence which made little to holher sense.
This jesus lived in india by holger kersten not an anti-Christian tome and it should be read and studied for the vast linguistic and anthropological scholarship that is displayed within. Sacred Scroll of Seven Seals: Other editions – View all Jesus Lived in India: What if everything we know is an elaborate illusion?
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The noted German scholar of New Testament Apocrypha Wilhelm Schneemelcherin a bu of his standard work prior to his death inand in unusually strong language for the scholarly community states that Kersten’s work is based on “fantasy, untruth and ignorance above all in the linguistic area ” and “has nothing to do with historical research.
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The book’ repeats the author’s earlier arguments that after the crucifixion Jesus moved to India. Powerful, profound, mystical, and transformative. Bottom line is that Jesus survived the crucifixion, continued to preach his gospel and lived to a ripe old age. Jesus lived in india by holger kersten author also studies at great detail the history and scientific research of the Shroud of Turin, the authenticity of which he assures us of this is an example of a part of the book I actually found more difficult to believe.
Jesus Lived in India: His Unknown Life Before and After the Crucifixion by Holger Kersten
The book certainly proves him to be a person of history if not as someone who ‘resurrected’ from the dead. The Wonder That Was India: Jesus Lived In India.
This book will give the reader a great insight into the jesus lived in india by holger kersten of the topic dealt. Kerstin’s argum Thought Provoking I was given this book by a friend, because she knows I am interested in, and have written about, theology and India also Indiana.
Get to Know Us. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This is an exceptional book. Kersten relies quite a bit on Notovitch’s tale that he saw a scroll in a Buddhist monastery detailing Christ’s arrival, preaching, and later death in the Kashmir region. The information about the Buddhist scriptures contained in the book has been b for about a hundred years – but known to westerners bef This is the book I’ve most enjoyed reading recently.
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