posted on Oct, 10 2013 @ 08:31 AM
reply to post by DeadSeraph
The Gospel of Mark was written well after the crucifixion, to a Roman audience, in Greek. The original manuscript had NO account of the resurrection.
That was added later, and is deemed a forgery by most scholars. The famous story of the adulteress wasn't added for another 1000 years.
The epistles of Paul, are NOT gospel, they're theology and opinion.
The book of Matthew, which was supposedly written in Aramaic, but we have to copies or records of it, was a simple list of saying that were attributed
to Jesus. There was no narrative until at least 100 years later. The narrative was deliberately added to give meat to the story and to appease an
audience. The narrative added was mostly myth of miracles to convince the population of Jesus' divinity.
All the gospels are all anonymous, and scholars generally agree that they are not written by their namesakes, but by some "ghost writers", claiming
apostles names to give authority to the stories.