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Discovering Jesus’s Youthful Adventures in the Infancy Gospel of Thomas!

In the Infancy Gospel of Thomas, the young Jesus is depicted as a remarkable figure with immense power, hidden within the innocence of a young boy. This portrayal showcases Jesus' ability to assert his authority as the promised Messiah by performing astonishing acts, including the unfortunate act of taking lives. However, despite its intriguing portrayal, this text was ultimately omitted from the Bible as it conflicted with the prevailing narrative of the church, which emphasised Jesus' wisdom and pacifistic nature.

The Infancy Gospel of Thomas
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