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Hidden Stories of the Childhood of Jesus (Hidden Treasure) Paperback – August 1, 1997
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"For example, Joseph was reported from many sources to have been much older than the 15-year-old Mary, and a widower with four children.... James and Simon are well known to have been brothers of Jesus, but few understand that they were His older brothers," according to Kimball. Perhaps more surprising is that Jesus was most likely born with the help of a midwife named Solome in a cave outside Bethlehem near the ancient tomb of Rachel. Readers may also be surprised to read that Jesus might have been persecuted and nailed to the cross as much for his insistence on allowing young women and wives to study with him as for his assertion that he was the Son of God.
Like believing in Christianity, believing in these stories is an act of faith. Despite Kimball's impressive research, scholars could no doubt argue the validity of his findings for centuries hence. Nonetheless, it is a valuable and intriguing collection of stories that briefly (the book is only 96 pages long) recount the legends of Christ's childhood, including his early acts of healing, miracles, and his first childhood encounter with a Satan-possessed, biting child named Judas. --Gail Hudson
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Very informative and educational. Every Christian should read it to open up their thinking about the true life of Jesus. Read morePublished 4 months ago by janice d. Harrington
It was a bit hard to get this book. But well worth it to get stories of Jesus unknown in the BIBLE.Published 9 months ago by Eileen E Ross
This is a keeper and a great way to start your own research in the actual history and stories of Jesus. Read morePublished 10 months ago by W. Schaefer
With all due respect, Mr. Kimball doesn't know what the heck he's talking about. Most of the documents he quotes to support his allegations regarding a historical Jesus are either... Read morePublished 12 months ago by a real historian