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From: "Barrie J. Wright" <>
Subject: Re: Jesus
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 13:10:42 +0930
References: <ac1a3786.0407190902.21153e24@posting.google.com>


Thanks Jared,

In the cause of mutual respect for these and similar
religious sensitivities,
I also readily admit that
The traditional dates for Jesus's life may also be 'a little off'.
But not a lot, and not fictional.

No-one knows exactly how old he was when he was crucified
in Jerusalem about 30-32 CE/AD.

Barrie Wright


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jared Linn Olar" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2004 2:32 AM
Subject: Re: Jesus


> Muhammad's existence is not in dispute (just as no credible scholars
> doubt the existence of Jesus), though some have raised good questions
> about his exact dates. The traditional Muslim dates may be a little
> off.
>
> Jared Linn Olar
>
> Peter Stewart <> wrote in message
news:<La2Kc.4106$>...
> > Secondly, the existence or otherwise of the founder of Islam is not at
> > all off-topic here, since he was a medieval personage with relatives and
> > descendants.
> >
> > Peter Stewart
>
> ______________________________



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