Jesus and history
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Main article: Jesus
- Historicity of Jesus discusses the existence of Jesus as a historical figure.
- Historical Jesus discusses the reconstruction of portraits of Jesus' life and teachings using historical methods.
- Chronology of Jesus discusses the estimation of the chronology of the major events of Jesus' life.
- Quest for the historical Jesus describes the methods and techniques used by academics to study the life of Jesus.
- Historical background of the New Testament discusses some of the cultural influences that form the backdrop of Jesus' life in 1st century Judae
- Historical reliability of the Gospels discusses the historical validity of the canonical gospels.
- Christ myth theory discusses the theory that Jesus was a fictional or mythological character invented by early Christians.
- Historicity of the Bible discusses the historicity of the entire Bible.
- Jesus Christ in comparative mythology compares the narrative of the life of Jesus from the Christian gospels with other religions
- Josephus on Jesus discusses the references by 1st-century Jewish historian Josephus to Jesus in his Antiquities of the Jews
- Tacitus on Christ discusses the reference by Tacitus in Book 15 of his Annals to Christians and the execution of their leader by Pontius Pilate
- Criticism of Jesus discusses criticisms of Jesus that have been raised by various scholars and writers.
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