Jesus didn't have a brothers.
Jesus had brothers named Jude and james.
According to the bible, Jesus had no brothers.
Jesus brothers were Jude and James.
he had no brothers-------------------------Umm, Yeah he did!Matthew 13:55
actually, jesus has no brothers.
The two writers are Jude and James. They are Jesus' younger half-brothers.
Jesus is not an only child he has 4 brothers
Jesus was with His mother, brothers, and disciples.
No. Hercules is not real.
The bible clearly states that Jesus had brothers named Jude and James and a sister Salomi.
Joseph, the husband of Mary His mother. Although to be quite explicit, Jesus brothers were only half-brothers since Joseph was not Jesus' father but God.
Some ancient and modern sects of Gnosticism, and Mormonism, teach that Jesus and Satan were brothers. Some sects of Gnosticism teach Jesus and Satan were even twin brothers. Contrary to some rumor, as far as I have ever been able to tell, Jehovah's Witnesses do not teach Jesus and Satan were brothers.
Four brothers of Jesus are mentioned in the bible. In addition, the word sisters is mentioned which means he had at least two sisters.
The Bible says nothing about Jesus' brothers putting him in anything... however, Joseph, son of Jacob in the Old Testament part of the Bible, was thrown into a well by his brothers.
john and James
At home. They were brothers
james and john
Jesus, this is Jimmy was done by Bro. Bobby Grove. I don't know if The Easter Brothers did it or not.
They were James , Jude, I think it was co brothers.
After Jesus' birth, Joseph and Mary had other children, Jesus' half brothers and sisters. From the scriptures we can conclude that Jesus had four brothers, and at least two sisters. ((Matthew 1:25; 13:55, 56; Mark 6:3)
The Bible mentions that Jesus had brothers and sisters. While his sisters are not named, his brothers were James, Joseph, Joses, Judas, and Simon. His brother James was an important leader in the early church.
"Other" than what?Roman Catholic doctrine is that not only was Mary a virgin at the time of Jesus' birth, she remained one for the rest of her life, and the references to Jesus' "brothers" really mean "cousins" or something.Most Protestant religions say that the references in the Bible to Jesus' brothers really mean brothers (well, half-brothers, or at least apparent brothers, depending on exactly how much they think Mary had to do with the whole thing), and that Mary and Joseph were a normal husband and wife after Jesus' birth.So, you pays your money and you makes your choice.Jesus had many brothers and sisters, and was the oldest. One of his cousins was John the Baptist