History Main / JesusTheEarlyYears

8th Jan '16 2:38:35 PM DocJamore
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* ''Manga/ShamanKing'' implies the Jeses was the [[KungFuJesus winner]] of his era Shaman fight. It can be implied this was the period were he was a participant in the tournament.
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* ''Manga/ShamanKing'' implies the Jeses Jesus was the [[KungFuJesus winner]] of his era eras Shaman fight. It can be implied this was the period were he was a participant in the tournament.
10th Dec '15 12:21:30 PM erforce
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[[AC:Anime and Manga]] * ''Manga/ShamanKing'' implies the Jeses was the [[KungFuJesus winner]] of his era Shaman fight. It can be implied this was the period were he was a participant in the tournament. [[AC:Film]]

* ShamanKing implies the Jeses was the [[KungFuJesus winner]] of his era Shaman fight. It can be implied this was the period were he was a participant in the tournament. * The book ''Literature/LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'', by Christopher Moore, is all about this. "Josh" travels to India, China, and The Middle East to visit TheThreeWiseMen, where they in turn teach Jesus one different facet of his later teachings. (In the afterword, Moore is specific in mentioning that Buddhism didn't reach China in the lifetime of Jesus. For him to study under a Buddha in Tibet would have been anachronistic.) * The non-canonical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infancy_Gospel_of_Thomas Infancy Gospel of Thomas]] (not to be confused with the completely different, also non-canonical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Thomas Gospel of Thomas]]) covers this. Including a young Jesus killing another child [[spoiler: [[BackFromTheDead before bringing him back]]]], and Jesus making insects and snakes out of mud and bringing them to life. * A ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' skit showed examples of Jesus' carpentry work - it turns out he wasn't a particularly skilled one. * A cartoon in now-defunct ''Magazine/{{Punch}}'' magazine showed the young Jesus inexpertly butchering a piece of carpentry. joseph is seen shaking his head and remarking to Mary -->''I hope he finds another trade soon, Mary. He's useless at carpentry!'' * An episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' shows him as a teenager, trying to deal with God being an absentee father who's shacked up with a bimbo. -->'''Jesus:''' Uhh, Hey dad, so um.. Things aren't working out too well here. Can I come stay with you for a while? -->'''God:''' Gosh, you know, I'd love to, son, but this isn't a very good time right now. ''[=*Hangs up, and returns to the girl in his bed*=]''\\ '''God:''' Alright then, now where were we? -->'''Girl:''' Right about here. ''[=*Holds up a condom*=]''\\ '''God:''' Aww come on baby, it's my birthday!\\ '''Girl:''' No. * The book ''The Breath of God'', by Jeffrey Small, is a suspense novel that follows an American graduate student who journeys to the Himalayas in search of proof that Jesus travelled through India during his lost years. Although the majority of the novel takes place in the present day, several chapters tell the story from the perspective of a teenage Jesus as he struggles with culture and teachings so different from his own. * ''Yeshua: A Personal Memoir of the Missing Years of Jesus'', by Stanislaw Kapuscinski, is a fictional account of Jesus's journey to India and his preparation there for his later Palestinian mission. Kapuscinski weaves his own philosophy into the story. * There is an {{Arthurian legend}} that Jesus traveled to Britain during his lost years -- this perhaps explains the idea that Joseph of Arimathea brought the HolyGrail to England after Jesus' death, and thus why the Knights of the Round Table are seeking it there. Creator/WilliamBlake's poem "And did those feet in ancient time" (better known as the lyrics to "Jerusalem") was inspired by this story. ** ''Jerusalem'' is an unofficial national anthem in England. If the monarchy were ever ditched it might well gain official status. * ''Series/{{QI}}'' discussed the Infancy Gospels in one episode. Stephen Fry [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R_djVYqJTg shared a story about a confrontation between the child Jesus and a group of many dragons that had suddenly sprung from a nearby cave.]] ** Another episode discussed the story about Jesus and Joseph of Arimathea coming to Glastonbury. * ''The Tribune'' by Patrick Larkin tells of the adventures of a Roman officer named Lucius as he investigates murders and uncovers conspiracies in Judea. He encounters many YoungFutureFamousPeople from the New Testament, including Jesus, Paul, and Mary Magdalene. He himself turns out to be Luke.
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[[AC:Literature]] * ShamanKing implies the Jeses was the [[KungFuJesus winner]] of his era Shaman fight. It can be implied this was the period were he was a participant in the tournament. * The book ''Literature/LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'', by Christopher Moore, is all about this. "Josh" travels to India, China, and The Middle East to visit TheThreeWiseMen, where they in turn teach Jesus one different facet of his later teachings. (In the afterword, Moore is specific in mentioning that Buddhism didn't reach China in the lifetime of Jesus. For him to study under a Buddha in Tibet would have been anachronistic.) * The non-canonical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infancy_Gospel_of_Thomas Infancy Gospel of Thomas]] (not to be confused with the completely different, also non-canonical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Thomas Gospel of Thomas]]) covers this. Including a young Jesus killing another child [[spoiler: [[BackFromTheDead before bringing him back]]]], and Jesus making insects and snakes out of mud and bringing them to life. * A ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' skit showed examples of Jesus' carpentry work - it turns out he wasn't a particularly skilled one. * A cartoon in now-defunct ''Magazine/{{Punch}}'' magazine showed the young Jesus inexpertly butchering a piece of carpentry. joseph is seen shaking his head and remarking to Mary -->''I hope he finds another trade soon, Mary. He's useless at carpentry!'' * An episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' shows him as a teenager, trying to deal with God being an absentee father who's shacked up with a bimbo. -->'''Jesus:''' Uhh, Hey dad, so um.. Things aren't working out too well here. Can I come stay with you for a while? -->'''God:''' Gosh, you know, I'd love to, son, but this isn't a very good time right now. ''[=*Hangs up, and returns to the girl in his bed*=]''\\ '''God:''' Alright then, now where were we? -->'''Girl:''' Right about here. ''[=*Holds up a condom*=]''\\ '''God:''' Aww come on baby, it's my birthday!\\ '''Girl:''' No. * The book ''The Breath of God'', God'' by Jeffrey Small, Small is a suspense novel that follows an American graduate student who journeys to the Himalayas in search of proof that Jesus travelled through India during his lost years. Although the majority of the novel takes place in the present day, several chapters tell the story from the perspective of a teenage Jesus as he struggles with culture and teachings so different from his own. own. * ''Yeshua: A Personal Memoir of The ''Christ the Missing Years of Jesus'', Lord'' series by Stanislaw Kapuscinski, is a fictional account of Jesus's journey to India and his preparation there for his later Palestinian mission. Kapuscinski weaves his own philosophy into the story. * There is an {{Arthurian legend}} that Jesus traveled to Britain during his lost years -- Creator/AnneRice focuses on this perhaps explains the idea that Joseph of Arimathea brought the HolyGrail to England after Jesus' death, and thus why the Knights of the Round Table are seeking it there. Creator/WilliamBlake's poem "And did those feet in ancient time" (better known as the lyrics to "Jerusalem") was inspired by this story. ** ''Jerusalem'' is an unofficial national anthem in England. If the monarchy were ever ditched it might well gain official status. * ''Series/{{QI}}'' discussed the Infancy Gospels in one episode. Stephen Fry [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R_djVYqJTg shared a story about a confrontation between the child Jesus and a group of many dragons that had suddenly sprung from a nearby cave.]] ** Another episode discussed the story about Jesus and Joseph of Arimathea coming to Glastonbury. * ''The Tribune'' by Patrick Larkin tells of the adventures of a Roman officer named Lucius as he investigates murders and uncovers conspiracies in Judea. He encounters many YoungFutureFamousPeople from the New Testament, including Jesus, Paul, and Mary Magdalene. He himself turns out to be Luke.period.

* The ''Christ the Lord'' series by AnneRice focuses on this period. * ''Series/RedDwarf'' has the time-traveling crew come across who they ''think'' is Jesus in this period, but it turns out to be a different young religious teacher also named Jesus. Another identical-looking man also named Jesus appears at the very end, but after all the trouble they caused with the first guy the crew chooses not to investigate.
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* ''Literature/LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'' by Christopher Moore is all about this. "Josh" travels to India, China, and The ''Christ Middle East to visit TheThreeWiseMen, where they in turn teach Jesus one different facet of his later teachings. (In the Lord'' series afterword, Moore is specific in mentioning that Buddhism didn't reach China in the lifetime of Jesus. For him to study under a Buddha in Tibet would have been anachronistic.) * ''The Tribune'' by AnneRice focuses on this period. Patrick Larkin tells of the adventures of a Roman officer named Lucius as he investigates murders and uncovers conspiracies in Judea. He encounters many YoungFutureFamousPeople from the New Testament, including Jesus, Paul, and Mary Magdalene. He himself turns out to be Luke. * ''Yeshua: A Personal Memoir of the Missing Years of Jesus'', by Stanislaw Kapuscinski, is a fictional account of Jesus's journey to India and his preparation there for his later Palestinian mission. Kapuscinski weaves his own philosophy into the story. [[AC:Live-Action Television]] * A ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' skit showed examples of Jesus' carpentry work - it turns out he wasn't a particularly skilled one. * ''Series/{{QI}}'' discussed the Infancy Gospels in one episode. Stephen Fry [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R_djVYqJTg shared a story about a confrontation between the child Jesus and a group of many dragons that had suddenly sprung from a nearby cave.]] ** Another episode discussed the story about Jesus and Joseph of Arimathea coming to Glastonbury. * ''Series/RedDwarf'' has the time-traveling crew come across who they ''think'' is Jesus in this period, but it turns out to be a different young religious teacher also named Jesus. Another identical-looking man also named Jesus appears at the very end, but after all the trouble they caused with the first guy the crew chooses not to investigate.investigate. [[AC:Mythology]] * There is an [[Myth/KingArthur Arthurian legend]] that Jesus traveled to Britain during his lost years -- this perhaps explains the idea that Joseph of Arimathea brought the HolyGrail to England after Jesus' death, and thus why the Knights of the Round Table are seeking it there. Creator/WilliamBlake's poem "And did those feet in ancient time" (better known as the lyrics to "Jerusalem") was inspired by this story. ** ''Jerusalem'' is an unofficial national anthem in England. If the monarchy were ever ditched it might well gain official status. [[AC:Western Animation]] * An episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' shows him as a teenager, trying to deal with God being an absentee father who's shacked up with a bimbo. -->'''Jesus:''' Uhh, Hey dad, so um.. Things aren't working out too well here. Can I come stay with you for a while? -->'''God:''' Gosh, you know, I'd love to, son, but this isn't a very good time right now. ''[=*Hangs up, and returns to the girl in his bed*=]''\\ '''God:''' Alright then, now where were we? -->'''Girl:''' Right about here. ''[=*Holds up a condom*=]''\\ '''God:''' Aww come on baby, it's my birthday!\\ '''Girl:''' No. [[AC:Other]] * The non-canonical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infancy_Gospel_of_Thomas Infancy Gospel of Thomas]] (not to be confused with the completely different, also non-canonical [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Thomas Gospel of Thomas]]) covers this. Including a young Jesus killing another child [[spoiler: [[BackFromTheDead before bringing him back]]]], and Jesus making insects and snakes out of mud and bringing them to life. * A cartoon in now-defunct ''Magazine/{{Punch}}'' magazine showed the young Jesus inexpertly butchering a piece of carpentry. Joseph is seen shaking his head and remarking to Mary -->''I hope he finds another trade soon, Mary. He's useless at carpentry!'' ----
10th Dec '15 12:08:51 PM FF32
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* A ''Series/KidsInTheHall'' skit showed examples of Jesus' carpentry work - it turns out he wasn't a particularly skilled one.
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* A ''Series/KidsInTheHall'' ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' skit showed examples of Jesus' carpentry work - it turns out he wasn't a particularly skilled one.
23rd Nov '15 4:55:01 PM DocJamore
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*ShamanKing implies the Jeses was the [[KungFuJesus winner]] of his era Shaman fight. It can be implied this was the period were he was a participant in the tournament.
22nd Nov '15 9:04:22 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* ''Series/RedDwarf'' has the time-traveling crew come across who they ''think'' is Jesus in this period who, but it turns out to be a different young religious teacher also named Jesus. Another identical-looking man also named Jesus appears at the very end, but after all the trouble they caused with the first guy the crew chooses not to investigate.
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* ''Series/RedDwarf'' has the time-traveling crew come across who they ''think'' is Jesus in this period who, period, but it turns out to be a different young religious teacher also named Jesus. Another identical-looking man also named Jesus appears at the very end, but after all the trouble they caused with the first guy the crew chooses not to investigate.
14th Nov '15 12:54:18 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* The ''Christ the Lord'' series by AnneRice focuses on this period.
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* The ''Christ the Lord'' series by AnneRice focuses on this period.period. * ''Series/RedDwarf'' has the time-traveling crew come across who they ''think'' is Jesus in this period who, but it turns out to be a different young religious teacher also named Jesus. Another identical-looking man also named Jesus appears at the very end, but after all the trouble they caused with the first guy the crew chooses not to investigate.
4th Jul '15 7:21:07 AM TheNthTroper
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* There is an {{Arthurian legend}} that Jesus travelled to Britain during his lost years -- this perhaps explains the idea that Joseph of Arimathea brought the HolyGrail to England after Jesus' death, and thus why the Knights of the Round Table are seeking it there. Creator/WilliamBlake's poem "And did those feet in ancient time" (better known as the lyrics to "Jerusalem") was inspired by this story. ** ''Jerusalem'' is an unofficial national anthem in England. If we ever ditched the monarchy it might well gain official status.
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* There is an {{Arthurian legend}} that Jesus travelled traveled to Britain during his lost years -- this perhaps explains the idea that Joseph of Arimathea brought the HolyGrail to England after Jesus' death, and thus why the Knights of the Round Table are seeking it there. Creator/WilliamBlake's poem "And did those feet in ancient time" (better known as the lyrics to "Jerusalem") was inspired by this story. ** ''Jerusalem'' is an unofficial national anthem in England. If we the monarchy were ever ditched the monarchy it might well gain official status.

* The ''Christ the Lord'' series by AnneRice is about this.
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* The ''Christ the Lord'' series by AnneRice is about this.focuses on this period.
19th Jun '15 6:39:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* The book ''LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'', by Christopher Moore, is all about this. "Josh" travels to India, China, and The Middle East to visit TheThreeWiseMen, where they in turn teach Jesus one different facet of his later teachings. (In the afterword, Moore is specific in mentioning that Buddhism didn't reach China in the lifetime of Jesus. For him to study under a Buddha in Tibet would have been anachronistic.)
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* The book ''LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'', ''Literature/LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'', by Christopher Moore, is all about this. "Josh" travels to India, China, and The Middle East to visit TheThreeWiseMen, where they in turn teach Jesus one different facet of his later teachings. (In the afterword, Moore is specific in mentioning that Buddhism didn't reach China in the lifetime of Jesus. For him to study under a Buddha in Tibet would have been anachronistic.)

* A ''KidsInTheHall'' skit showed examples of Jesus' carpentry work - it turns out he wasn't a particularly skilled one. * A cartoon in now-defunct ''{{Punch}}'' magazine showed the young Jesus inexpertly butchering a piece of carpentry. joseph is seen shaking his head and remarking to Mary
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* A ''KidsInTheHall'' ''Series/KidsInTheHall'' skit showed examples of Jesus' carpentry work - it turns out he wasn't a particularly skilled one. * A cartoon in now-defunct ''{{Punch}}'' ''Magazine/{{Punch}}'' magazine showed the young Jesus inexpertly butchering a piece of carpentry. joseph is seen shaking his head and remarking to Mary

* ''{{QI}}'' discussed the Infancy Gospels in one episode. Stephen Fry [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R_djVYqJTg shared a story about a confrontation between the child Jesus and a group of many dragons that had suddenly sprung from a nearby cave.]]
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* ''{{QI}}'' ''Series/{{QI}}'' discussed the Infancy Gospels in one episode. Stephen Fry [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R_djVYqJTg shared a story about a confrontation between the child Jesus and a group of many dragons that had suddenly sprung from a nearby cave.]]
25th Apr '15 10:28:25 AM AgProv
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A Punch joke
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* A cartoon in now-defunct ''{{Punch}}'' magazine showed the young Jesus inexpertly butchering a piece of carpentry. joseph is seen shaking his head and remarking to Mary -->''I hope he finds another trade soon, Mary. He's useless at carpentry!''

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** ''Jerusalem'' is an unofficial national anthem in England. If we ever ditched the monarchy it might well gain official status.
4th Sep '14 7:25:11 PM 99Hedgehog
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-->-- '''Creator/WilliamBlake'''. ([[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder Answer: No.]])
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-->-- '''Creator/WilliamBlake'''. ([[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder Answer: No.]]) \n
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