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“As such, it makes no sense to me that you can suggest that these martyrs would be willing to cover up the existence of a presumed Wife of God or Children of God. If their purpose was to propagate and, if necessary, die for the "truth" narrative, of the Messiahs life, they surely would have mentioned such things, and all concerned parties, keenly attentive followers, would have known if Jesus was married and had children. ”
Goodness Mark! Once the “resurrection” myth developed after the crucifixion, then the “human” life of a Jesus had to be hidden. So the 12 Apostles knew the history, and maybe upper level leaders of Judaism, but I doubt many others knew, Remember it was 2,000 years ago.
You might like Dylan Stephen’s site: [www.pesherofchrist.com