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What were Josephus' sources?

Josephus (37-101 CE) was a Jewish priest at the time of the revolt in 66 CE. His two most important works were The Jewish War (75 CE) and Antiquities of the Jews (93 CE). (MORE)

When did Josephus write about Jesus?

Jospehus wrote about Jesus approximately 30-40 years after Jesus' death. Nearly every scholar considers parts of Jospehus' references to Jesus to be inauthentic, and forger (MORE)

Did Josephus mention Jesus?

Answer Although the text has been altered over the centuries, it is clear that Josephus, in a famous passage now known as the Testamonium Flavinium, mentioned the Christian r (MORE)

Is Josephus mentioned in the Bible?

Answer No. The Bible is entirely about events that occurred before the time of Josephus. However, some scholars say that the author of Luke's Gospel and Acts of the Apostles (MORE)

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How old is Josephus Daniels?

Josephus Daniels was born on May 18, 1862 and died on January 15, 1948. Josephus Daniels would have been 85 years old at the time of death or 153 years old today.
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What does Josephus tell us about Jesus?

A: Josephus was the only non-Christian writer of the first century who makes reference to Jesus. The only significant reference he made to Jesus is both indirect and second (MORE)

What has the author Josephus Daniels written?

Josephus Daniels has written: 'Editor in politics' -- subject(s): Biography, Journalism, Journalists, Editors 'The Wilson era: years of peace, 1910-1917' -- subject(s): Po (MORE)