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Published by American Tract Society in New York .
Written in English


  • Jesus Christ -- Biography -- Early life.,
  • Jesus Christ -- Childhood.,
  • Jesus Christ -- Nativity.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Geo. F. Pentecost.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 399 p. :
Number of Pages399
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16673326M

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Our main glimpse into the childhood of Jesus Christ is in the book of Luke, which revealed Christ’s deep spiritual understanding and desire to “be about My Father’s business” (Luke ). John tells us that there were so many remarkable incidents in the life of Jesus Christ, that if they were all written down, the number of. Jesus’ Birth and Childhood When the Birth of Jesus Took Place (Luke ) Luke gives an accurate time frame for the birth of Jesus that is based on several historical events. It took place during the reign of Caesar Augustus when Quirinius governed the province of Syria.   The Birth and Childhood of Jesus: The Hope of Promise (Matthew 1–2; Luke 1–2) 1. The Prologue of Luke (Luke ; Aland # 1; Orchard # 1; Huck-Greeven # 5) 2 Maccabees Josephus’ Antiquities Preface , The Letter to Aristeas .   The gospel accounts (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) tell us little about the childhood of Jesus. We know only a handful of events: the family's escape to Egypt (Matthew ) and return to Nazareth (Matthew ; Luke ); His increasing wisdom (Luke ); and His visit to the Temple in Jerusalem at age 12 and obedience to His parents (Luke ).

In the opening chapters of the gospel, Luke relates a number of stories having to do with the birth and childhood of Jesus, including the announcements made to Zechariah and to Mary concerning the births of John and of Jesus, and the story of the shepherds watching their flocks at night who came to worship the newborn child. Jesus' teachings were not human opinion or human wisdom. They were the absolute will of God. Jesus came as God in the flesh to reveal a message to man from God. [Heb. ,2; Acts ,23] Jesus' teachings are essential to our salvation. John ,68 - Jesus' . Title: The Birth and Boyhood of Jesus 1 The Birth and Boyhood of Jesus. The birth narratives only occur in two of the gospels Matthew and Luke ; Mark begins with the baptism of Jesus ; John begins with the pre-existence of Jesus; 2 Matthew Chapters 3 Luke Chapters 4 Genealogy. Both Matthew and Luke have Genealogies though.   The Childhood of Jesus by JM Coetzee – review. The first third of the book is taken up with their attempts to settle in Novilla, a city in this new country, which seems to be run on drably.