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Why is there no mention of Jesus in any other history book other than the bible?


its funny how most of the people that say yes use the Koran and other so called holy books to justify the life of Jesus but the fact is simple that no archeological, scientific or non religious book records or mentions anything about the christ
48 mths ago

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The vedic scriptures mention Jesus, way before he was even born (appeared on this planet).

48 mths ago

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Its an autobiography?

48 mths ago

Very good answer, er.. ummm... S. I think there was mention of him though, but I'd have to look that up.

48 mths ago

O, but that is where you are wrong. See, there is only 66 books in the Bible. There is many more books that talk about Jesus. I think the Da Vincy code by Dan Brown did as swell which was based on other history books, defiantly not the bible And all the books that he based his story on.

48 mths ago

That, my friend, is an excellent question!! Nice one. As much as I'm on your side here, perhaps its got something to do with the date and the times. Most religious scriptures make a reference of some type or another to him, and in some he is actually a different person under a different name. Can we please have a theologist out there to come to the rescue and answer our friend's question?

48 mths ago

Sorry to burst that bubble. The Romans wrote about Him and so did all the philosophers of that day in thousands of their "books" or manuscripts if you like. We have more authenticated prove of His works from non Christian writers than from the so called Christ-followers. And lastly, the couple of books (New Testament) written about Jesus were so powerful that it turned the mighty Roman Empire from a God Yahweh hater into Christians in just three centuries. The fact that the Roman Catholics came and highjacked the whole thing and turned it all into something that was never intended to be after the fact is a shame, but then, thank God Yahweh for Calvyn who made the Bible available to us plebs (public in general) in order for us to be able to decide for ourselves what is right and wrong, and not the church. . . . . . . This is from a free download called "e-sword", and amongst other stuff there is a program (ISBE - International Bible Standard Encyclopaedia) that give us the history of these things as they happened and when, and it also gives you the original Aramaic Bible with Strongs numbered versions where one can study the Word of God for one-self and not be left open to other peoples' opinions of the Bible, God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.

Source: e-sword

48 mths ago

Interesting, have never thought about that before...NICE QUESTION

48 mths ago

In the Jewish Talmud, the holiest books as written by the Jewish Pharisees, Jesus is mentioned several times. Please do yourself a favour andread a bit on this and that book and then you will also get some perspective on why Jesus was so against the Jewish priests and their followers.

48 mths ago

THE KORAN recognises Jesus as a Profit. Written after 632 AD. The Koran also recognises most of the Hebrew profits, contrary to popular belief .

48 mths ago

Oh, but there is. We have a library with thousands (yes really) of books about Jesus. Many of the books focus on what was written in the Bible, but many more use other sources. Jesus is real. He is the Son of God. Finished and klaar!

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Who is Jesus?

48 mths ago

Yes the Romans wrote about Him, as did the Egyptians

48 mths ago

Actually Spaz, the Quraan recognises all of the Hebrew prophets. And yes, in Islam, Jesus is regarded as amongst the greatest of prophets, and Muslims also believe in the second coming of Jesus, his miracualous birth (from the virgin Mary), his ability to cure the lepers and all his miracles.

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