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Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?

 
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Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Rather than being born in a stable to a carpenter father, Jesus was actually the son of a successful, middle class and highly intellectual architect.

The claim comes from biblical scholar Dr Adam Bradford, who also says that between the ages of 12 and 30 - the so-called 'missing years' of Jesus's life, when little is known about him - he was studying at religious schools and became the highest-ranking rabbi in Judea.

The radical revision of Christian history would suggest that, in preaching the spurning of worldly possessions for an austere life, Jesus may have been speaking from experience.


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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
he doesn't exists
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
he doesn't exists
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 790715


This is your and my claim. But others see it otherwise.
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
SO no one else wants to comment?

You do understand that if his claims are valid, we have a total different story here.
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
And why is this so important to you and your understanding of who you are?
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
In the Greek interlinear, he is a 'builder' or 'artisan'

In Arimaic, it translates 'smith'
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Not sure but using logic I have determined that he blew porn star like wads, how you might ask? Well if Mary was a virgin then he must've been banging her up the arse, given her the cream pie to end all cream pies and had some of the man juice leak out and around into her vagina thereby giving her the "miracle" birth.
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I am Paul Hogan.
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Wow! I feel wrong for even quoting you!
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
I checked this out and there is an mp3 link to a lecture the guy gave at www.templehouse-publishing.com
Seems the new connection is that Joseph Jesus' (step)father trained the priests which King Herod needed to build the Temple. If so that would place Jesus at the heart of the Temple, which was the place of learning. Seems that 30 is the age Rabbis are given the all-clear to go public. So maybe the 'missing years' are not so mysterious after all. Jesus was called Rabbi often enough. What if he really was ordained as one? It wouldn't alter the effect of what he did but it might help explain the way people related to him. FASCINATING!!
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Rather than being born in a stable to a carpenter father, Jesus was actually the son of a successful, middle class and highly intellectual architect.

The claim comes from biblical scholar Dr Adam Bradford, who also says that between the ages of 12 and 30 - the so-called 'missing years' of Jesus's life, when little is known about him - he was studying at religious schools and became the highest-ranking rabbi in Judea.

The radical revision of Christian history would suggest that, in preaching the spurning of worldly possessions for an austere life, Jesus may have been speaking from experience.


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 Quoting: Ostria


Proverbs 8
29 I was there when he laid the earth's foundations.
30 I was beside him like an architect.

John 8
58 Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.

Jesus was designer, a builder, he created the universe.
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Luke 20
17 And he beheld them, and said, What is this then that is written, The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner?
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Rather than being born in a stable to a carpenter father, Jesus was actually the son of a successful, middle class and highly intellectual architect.

The claim comes from biblical scholar Dr Adam Bradford, who also says that between the ages of 12 and 30 - the so-called 'missing years' of Jesus's life, when little is known about him - he was studying at religious schools and became the highest-ranking rabbi in Judea.

The radical revision of Christian history would suggest that, in preaching the spurning of worldly possessions for an austere life, Jesus may have been speaking from experience.


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 Quoting: Ostria


Jesus did have a comfy middle class life. This was known by all those in the know...

His Father Joseph helped in the many of Herods building projects .
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I checked this out and there is an mp3 link to a lecture the guy gave at www.templehouse-publishing.com
Seems the new connection is that Joseph Jesus' (step)father trained the priests which King Herod needed to build the Temple. If so that would place Jesus at the heart of the Temple, which was the place of learning. Seems that 30 is the age Rabbis are given the all-clear to go public. So maybe the 'missing years' are not so mysterious after all. Jesus was called Rabbi often enough. What if he really was ordained as one? It wouldn't alter the effect of what he did but it might help explain the way people related to him. FASCINATING!!
 Quoting: Tim 939389


A+++

Joseph was officially Jesus's father btw. Joseph was simply a widower who had been married before . Jesus was the only child of Mary.
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Rather than being born in a stable to a carpenter father, Jesus was actually the son of a successful, middle class and highly intellectual architect.

The claim comes from biblical scholar Dr Adam Bradford, who also says that between the ages of 12 and 30 - the so-called 'missing years' of Jesus's life, when little is known about him - he was studying at religious schools and became the highest-ranking rabbi in Judea.

The radical revision of Christian history would suggest that, in preaching the spurning of worldly possessions for an austere life, Jesus may have been speaking from experience.


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 Quoting: Ostria


that's the first time i've heard the christian god called 'a successful, middle class and highly intellectual architect'

jesus's dad was the christian god who impregnated mary so she could give birth to jesus who was also his own dad

its very simple and easy to understand, and not difficult or challenging like science, your post is practically blasphemy, blasphemer!

GUARDS! GUARDS!
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Maybe he ran IKEA Middle East.
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Apparently his dad was god... kinda like a carpenter, just less wood :-)
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
In the Greek interlinear, he is a 'builder' or 'artisan'

In Arimaic, it translates 'smith'
 Quoting: Rev. Moon Jew


Builder = Mason

Smith = metal worker = Tubal Cain
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Rather than being born in a stable to a carpenter father, Jesus was actually the son of a successful, middle class and highly intellectual architect.

The claim comes from biblical scholar Dr Adam Bradford, who also says that between the ages of 12 and 30 - the so-called 'missing years' of Jesus's life, when little is known about him - he was studying at religious schools and became the highest-ranking rabbi in Judea.

The radical revision of Christian history would suggest that, in preaching the spurning of worldly possessions for an austere life, Jesus may have been speaking from experience.


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 Quoting: Ostria


Jesus did have a comfy middle class life. This was known by all those in the know...

His Father Joseph helped in the many of Herods building projects .
 Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINIST


Hi Apollo! I like you threads!

Jesus and his mother went to Egypt and came back to Palestine/Israel Nazerth/Bethelem was raised in a small town with a mule, considered the way he lived trough our eyes he lived in poverty!

But then like Moses, And Solomon and Jesus all had one thing in common...

They helped mankind into ascension!!!



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Looking forward to this movie... [link to screenrant.com]

It seems alot tumolt... we'll see what happens
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
Rather than being born in a stable to a carpenter father, Jesus was actually the son of a successful, middle class and highly intellectual architect.

The claim comes from biblical scholar Dr Adam Bradford, who also says that between the ages of 12 and 30 - the so-called 'missing years' of Jesus's life, when little is known about him - he was studying at religious schools and became the highest-ranking rabbi in Judea.

The radical revision of Christian history would suggest that, in preaching the spurning of worldly possessions for an austere life, Jesus may have been speaking from experience.


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 Quoting: Ostria


I was listening to an episode of Coast to Coast AM many years ago (early 2001-2 something like that) and a guest was saying the same thing. The guest was Glen Kimball. It would be interesting for sure.
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Re: Was Jesus father an architect or a carpenter?
And THIS is the part you choose to question about the bible. Hahah. rofl coffee4
Love is not the game, life is.
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When we wake up in this "reality" every morning, we are actually falling asleep, because only in our dreams we are truly awake.
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We are not our body, nor our mind. We are not the voice in our body, nor our head. We are the the here and now, experiencing without any input from either of the mentioned above.
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It's not about others forgiving you, but whether you can forgive yourself.
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It doesn't take much energy to make the wrong decision. But to make the right one, you have to put every fiber of your being to it.
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I know i have a lot to work on. But knowing that there's no hairy ass man in the clouds to judge me when I have little bit of fun on the expense of someone elses ignorance, makes life a whole lot easier.

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