AMSA Imperial College Presents
Jesus in India
How he survived the crucifixion and found the lost tribes of Israel
Talk + Q&A chaired by the Imperial Chaplain,
6pm, Thursday 16th Feb 2012
Lecture Theatre 340, Huxley Building,
Imperial College London,
180 Queen’s Gate,
SW7 2AZ (google maps link)
One of the most revered and enigmatic figures in history was sentenced to death on a Friday and yet was seen walking, though with wounds palpably visible, two days later. Was it a case of resurrection-returning from the dead, or a case of survival on the Cross?
A new and profound thesis, Jesus In India, presents the case of a historical Jesus. One who though put on the cross, survived the ordeal and thereafter travelled to India to find the lost tribes of Israel, where his records can still be found in 1st century Buddhist and Hindu texts. There he lived the rest of his life and he lies buried in the Khan Yar quarter of Srinagar, Kashmir, India, where his grave can still be visited. Using Christian, Islamic, Buddhist, Hindu, medical, historical and anthropological sources, “Jesus In India” will present the case of a Jesus that you have never heard of before and a life of his in India, hitherto undiscovered.
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL.
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