The Missing Years of Jesus: The Extraordinary Evidence that Jesus Visited the British Isles

The Missing Years of Jesus: The Extraordinary Evidence that Jesus Visited the British Isles

by Dennis Price

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Overview

The so-called ‘missing years of Jesus’ – the 18 years that are unaccounted for in the Bible from when Jesus was a boy of 12 to his sudden reappearance at the age of 30. Archaeologist and classical scholar Dennis Price has investigated the clues in Blake’s evocative poem 'Jerusalem' and has paid meticulous attention to the accounts in the ancient Aramaic and Greek versions of the Bible, and he’s also conducted an exhaustive and unprecedented study into the myths and legends of Christ in Britain.

With the assistance of specialists in their own fields and by viewing this enthralling subject as a modern missing person’s investigation, Dennis Price has pieced together the various pieces of the jigsaw and now presents compelling and highly original evidence that Christ did indeed visit Britain in the company of Joseph of Arimathea ‘in ancient times’. The weight of new material suggests that Christ remained in Britain for several years before eventually returning to his homeland in the east, and this truly extraordinary book now provides a wealth of new information for all those who are intensely curious about this otherwise undocumented period in the life of the most famous person the world’s ever known. The implications are astonishing and they are presented here, in ‘the greatest story never told’.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781848504189
Publisher: Hay House Inc.
Publication date: 11/01/2010
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Dennis Price began working in archaeology in the early 1970s and is now regarded as an expert on Stonehenge and the many strange stories associated with the ruins. An unusual line in a poem by William Blake was the catalyst for a four-year investigation into the possibility that Jesus himself had once visited this site, which was held in such awe by the ancient Britons and others who were drawn to the mysterious monument from across Europe 'in ancient times'. He currently lives in Devon, in the south of England, with his wife, two children and black dog.

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