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Why does the bible not speak of Jesus's teenage years?


Story goes from him being a baby, nothing in his teenage years, to him in his 30s or 40s. I've always wondered what went on in those missing years. Does anybody know?

 

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    Helen Stuart (helenstuart) 18 months ago

    yes, I bought a copy of "the other Bible" years ago and it had a lot of "Books of So and SO" in it . That had been taken out of the Bible by long ago priests, I believe. I think Young JC killed his teacher. But I may have that wrong. Studied in China

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    bradmasterOCcal 18 months ago

    Didn't Jesus the deity know all this?


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    Blessed Hill 18 months ago

    Mate, it takes a whole lot more faith to believe your story than it does to believe the bible, which has been proven to be the most accurate historical document in existence.


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    Helen Stuart (helenstuart) 18 months ago

    That is what a lot of theologians believe.

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