The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ was originally published in by its author, the Russian-born and well-traveled aristocrat, Nicolas Notovitch. It consists of a. The Unknown Life. OF. JESUS CHRIST. Bv the Discoverer of the Manuscript. NICOLAS NOTOVITCH. Translated from the French by. ALEXINA LORANGER. The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ has ratings and 29 reviews. Rama said: The Indian gospel of Jesus Christ summarized by NotovitchLong before J.
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Jesus stirs up a caste war against the Brahmins and has to leave India. The unknown life of jesus christ by nicolas notovitch only read this book out of interest and I skipped the journey part and focused on the scripture Of course most scholars consider the scripture invented and forged by Nicolas Notovitch him self. Archibald Douglaswho was a professor of English and History at the Government College in Agrathen visited the Hemis monastery to interview the head lama, who stated yet again that Notovitch had never been there and that no such documents existed.
Gerald O’Collins classified Kersten’s work as the repackaging of the same stories. I will be the first to admit notovotch my beliefs on Jesus are not the standard theology taught in seminaries and churches throughout the world, but in my mind, it speaks to the influences cnrist Jesus found to be Godly, and underpins why Christianity, and truly Christian beliefs, are the most humane and loving of the three religions worshipping the God of Abraham.
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Aug 04, Nikki rated it liked it. According to this book, Jesus spent this time in India, learning about Buddhism. The logical explanations are fine save that there were witnesses and Christ appeared to his mother and others This was A fascinating read. If Alexander the Great got there several centuries earlier, why not Jesus?
View all 3 comments. It also tries to exonerate the Pharisees from taking any part in condemning Jesus to death. Ian rated it it the unknown life of jesus christ by nicolas notovitch amazing May 16, But I believe that Jesus was in India somehow.
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Chaitanya, Brahmachari Bhairab [first published in Bengali in ]. Notovitch says that he himself afterward grouped the verses “in accordance with the requirements of the narrative. The lamas told The unknown life of jesus christ by nicolas notovitch that Jesus Christ came secretly to Kashmir after his resurrection and lived in a monastery surrounded by many disciples. Get to Know Us. Notovitch is a rogue. There were well-established trade routes, so it would not be impossible.
His teachings focus on the equality of all men, irrespective of their wealth or physical strength or the caste. The original manuscript was said to be in Pali in the monastery of Marbour near Lhasa. Those are invaluable and freed my soul. But it remains fascinating to contemplate where Jesus went during the years absent from his chronicle.
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The document puts nigh hellfire and brimstone preachings into the mouth of Jesus. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I skipped the account by Notovitch and went right for the texts he’d translated.
One rumor that has circulated for years has been that Jesus went to India during this time. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Journey Into Kashmir and Tibet.
The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ
There is only one reference to Jesus’ whereabouts; Luke 2. Shulim or Nikolai Aleksandrovich Notovich Russian: Of course, this caused quite a stir. The Chrixt of Thomas for Awakening: In Mirza The unknown life of jesus christ by nicolas notovitch Ahmad wrote Jesus in India published in and o that Jesus had traveled to India after surviving crucifixion, but specifically disagreed with Notovitch that Jesus had gone to India before crucifixion.
The first part of the book is the translator’s heavily edited account of the original author’s account of his travels to the region. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Gateway Books, Notovirch, UK. That fact certainly takes away from the interesting accounts of Nicolas’ trek through India if he even was there in the first place!