Anomalies In The Lost Books

Thomas’ Gospel Of The Infancy Of Jesus Christ

          Written by Thomas and thought to have been originally connected with the Gospel of Mary, Thomas’ Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ is an account of the miracles and supernatural actions that occurred during the infancy of Jesus Christ. The Greek original can be found in the notes of Cotelerius and is located in the French King’s Library, No. 2279. An account of the miracles and supernatural phenomena recorded in Thomas’ Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ are listed below.

Jesus Clears The Waters
1:2
When the child Jesus was five years of age and there had been a shower of rain that was now over, Jesus was playing with other Hebrew boys by a running stream, and the waters ran over the banks and stood in little lakes; 3 But the water instantly became clear and useful again; they readily obeyed him after he touched them only by his word.

Jesus Makes The Clay Sparrows Come To Life
1:4
Then he took from the bank of the stream some soft clay and formed out of it twelve sparrows; and there were other boys playing with him. 5 But a certain Jew seeing the things which he was doing, namely, his forming clay into the figures of sparrows on the Sabbath day, went presently away and told his father Joseph, 6 Behold, your boy is playing by the river side, and has taken clay and formed it into twelve sparrows, and profanes the Sabbath. 7 Then Joseph came to the place where he was, and when he saw him, called to him, and said, Why do you that which is not lawful to do on the Sabbath day? 8 Then Jesus clapping together the palms of his hands, called to the sparrows, and said to them: Go, fly away; and while you live rmember me. 9 So the sparrows fled away, making a noise.

Anna’s Son is Withered
2:1
Besides this, the son of Anna the scribe was standing there with Joseph, and took a bough of a willow tree and scattered the waters which Jesus had gathered into lakes. 2 But the boy Jesus, seeing what he had done, became angry and said to him, You fool, what harm did the lake do to you, that you should scatter the water? 3 Behold, now you shall wither as a tree and not bring forth either leaves, or branches, or fruit. 4 And immediately he became withered all over.

Jesus Heals The Withered Boy
2:5
Then Jesus went away home. But the parents of the boy who was withered, lamenting the misfortune of his youth, took and carried him to Joseph, accusing him, and said, Why do you keep a son who is guilty of such actions? 6 Then Jesus at the request of all who were present healed him, leaving only some small member to continue withered, so they might take warning.

A Boy Falls Dead
2:7
Another time Jesus went into the street and a boy running by rushed into his shoulder; 8 At which Jesus became angry and said to him, You will go no farther. 9 And he instantly fell down dead:

Accusers Struck Blind
2:11
Then the parents of the dead boy went to Joseph and complained, saying, You are not fit to live with us in our city, having such a boy as that: 12 Either teach him that he bless and not curse, or else depart with him, for he kills our children. 13 [New paragraph in the oldest extant manuscripts] Then Joseph calling the boy Jesus by himself, instructed him saying, Why do you such things to injure the people so that they hate us and persecute us? 14 But Jesus replied, I know that what you say is not of yourself, but for your sake I will say nothing; 15 But they who have said these things to you will suffer everlasting punishment. 16 And immediately they who had accused him became blind.

Jesus Teaches His Teachers
3:1
A certain schoolmaster named Zaccheus, standing in a certain place, heard Jesus speaking these things to his father. 2 And he was much surprised that being a child, he should speak such things; and after a few days he came to Joseph and said, 3 You have a wise and sensible child; send him to me so he may learn to read. 4 When he sat down to teach the letters to Jesus, he began with the first letter Aleph; 5 But Jesus pronounced the second letter Mpeth (Beth), Cghimel (Gimel), and said over all the letters to him to the end. 6 Then opening a book, he taught his master the prophets; but he was embarrassed and at a loss to conceive how he came to know the letters. 7 And he arose and went home, wonderfully surprised at so strange a thing.

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