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Dr Strachan believes it is "plausible" Jesus came to England for his studies, as it was the forefront of learning 2,000 years ago.
"It is generally suggested that he came to the west of England with his uncle, Joseph of Arimathea, who was here for tin," said the academic.
Originally posted by AlreadyGone
Tradition has it that a young Jesus took his staff of rosewood and drove it into the ground at Glastonbury and it took root and grew. To mark the sight, a chapel was built with the story carved in pictographs around the doorway.