- Martin Edwards wrote:
> >No you haven't, actually.
> > Problem is -- is that you haven't shown that it **is** a "literary
> device", let
> > alone "only" a literary device, or that there would be any good
> reason for those
> > whose aim was to discredit the Jerusalem leadership to employ it.
> > Jeffrey
> > --
> > Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon.)
> > 1500 W. Pratt Blvd. #1
> > Chicago, IL 60626
> > jgibson000@c...
> No, I haven't shown it conclusively, but I think I have gone a long
> way towards establishing motive.
> Those who wish to discredit theCuriously, the very figure these unidentified non Jews (Mark, Luke? John,
> Jerusalem leadership, non-Jews, posit a betrayal by a figure symbolic
> of both "the Jews" and Jesus's family.
Matthew? -- early Gospel commentators?) allegedly posit doesn't discredit
anything, let alone the Jerusalem leadership, and is never identified as a
member of Jesus family. In fact, he is explicitly distinguished in both the
Gospels and in post Gospel tradition from Judas, Jesus' brother.
> If there was such a project itReally? And just who was this bishop (name please)? And what is your evidence
> was successful, as the Roman Church began its drive for domination
> after the revolt and actually installed a Bishop of its own in Jerusalem.
that he was a "Roman" puppet?
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon.)
1500 W. Pratt Blvd. #1
Chicago, IL 60626
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> Really? And just who was this bishop (name please)? And what is
> that he was a "Roman" puppet?Now you're being disingenuous. I'm pretty sure you know his name. I
can't remember, but I'll try to look it up at the weekend.