well for starters, none of the gospels agree on jesus' birth date and/or place of birth, therefore making both unknown. outside of the bible, there is zero historical evidence of his existance.
much too late to get into the audience of each gospel and the focal point of each account.
You have to look behind the scenes for each book.
But here is the deal. For many on here, it comes down to believing. If the bible is as inaccurate and uninspired as you think, not much can be said to you.
On a little deeper level, the very reason behind faith would be involved with the very lack of evidence.
Think about it. Tomorrow if they uncovered some artifacts or ancient texts that confirm something then there is a major paradigm shift.
But this is my official last post on this topic. There has been some progress made on this subject but for the most part, not worth the typing.
By no means am I conceding anything but the counter productivity is not what I'm about and in due time, if people want to talk etc, they know where to find me.