The gospels say that John the Baptist was imprisoned shortly after Jesus sought John out and had John baptise him. Given the relationship this implied, as well as the assertion in Luke's Gospel that John the Baptist and Jesus were cousins, it would seem strange that Jesus did not visit John in prison. Certainly, the gospels tell that John's followers had been allowed to visit him. Perhaps, Jesus did visit him but for some reason this was not recorded by the evangelists.
On the other hand, the evidence of the first-century Jewish historian suggests that John was not really imprisoned until 35 CE, long after the time of Jesus' mission. On the basis of historical chronology, Jesus could not have visited John in prison.
he withdrew into Galilee and settled in Capernaum
He kept preaching and baptizing until he was put in prison then beheaded.
John the Baptist was not a disciple of Jesus.
Yes John did send his followers to Jesus to find out if Jesus was the messiah.
Yes John the baptist was put in prison by Herod, and he was brought from prison to be beheaded.
No, he is not. Jesus did not recruit his disciples until after John the Baptist's beheading by Herod. Jesus was originally a follower of John the Baptist until then.
John the Baptist.
There was no John the baptist an there was no Jesus.
john the baptist
Not at all, Jesus is the son for God (if you are Catholic and believe so) where as John the Baptist is one of Jesus' Disciples. John the Baptist baptized Jesus.
John the baptist then they are cousins.
John the baptist was his cousin. Although there was an other John people think he is the cousin of Jesus but he was not, but he was a deciple.