Issa: The Greatest Story Never Told

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Summit University Press, 2009 - Fiction - 237 pages
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The Bible explicitly records the life of Jesus, with one exception-his life between the ages of 13 and 30. Yet, ancient Buddhist scripture records the life of Saint Issa, which astoundingly parallels the life of Jesus of Nazareth. ISSA is a story of Jesus's life during the missing years, his journey through Asia, the power within he had to master and the tests of the heart he had to pass before he could change the world.
 

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User Review  - Sovranty - LibraryThing

"The greatest story never told" remains untold. This is less a story about the lost years of Jesus than it is an attempt to imply the one true god can be reached via myriad of paths/religions and ... Read full review

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User Review  - papyri - LibraryThing

An interesting fictional account which tries to fill in the "missing" years in the story of the life of Jesus (Issa). The book traces the journey of Issa as he leaves his family and travels in the ... Read full review

Contents

The Dark Night
1
Faraway Classes
12
Seeds of Wheat
39
Home Fires
54
The Way to Shamballa
68
The Hidden Teacher
84
New Roads
106
Travel Plans
113
Confrontation and Redemption
168
The Greatest LossThe Highest Gain
186
Mountain Discovery
195
Down from the Mountain
202
Cast of Characters
221
The Order of Melchizedek
224
Acknowledgments
225
Readers Section
227

A Strange Encounter
124
Mathura Crossroad
136
Growth of an Empire
159
Historical Perspective on the Kushan Empire
234
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