Posted: Feb 27, 2010 9:03 am
by Onyx8
TimONeill wrote:
Crocodile Gandhi wrote:I don't know very much about the details pertaining to any permutation of a historical Jesus, but I have learned a lot by skimming over Tim's posts both here and back at RDF. I'm certainly willing to accept that a man named Jesus (or otherwise?) lived a long time ago and was a person of some note. The question I would like to ask is, is there any corroborating evidence in any writings around the time of Jesus' life - by which I mean within a hundred years or so of his death - that attest to the miracles he performs in the Bible or his resurrection?


No.

Glad you can recognise that as a separate question though. :thumbup:


Indeed, and thank you both for the differentiation. So when did the stories of the miracles begin to be attached to the stories of the man who had physically existed?