But there's no good evidence for any part of this fable.Such a religious fable itself is a relatively recent creation, reduplicated in many forms all over the world.
The new text seems to imply the life and death of Jesus was predicted before his birth But a leading scholar says it confirms his theory that some Jewish sects before Christ believed a messiah would save them - but not before he was killed and brought back to life after three days.
Israel Knohl, Professor of Biblical Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, says one line of the text tells the 'prince of princes' slain by the evil government, 'in three days you shall live'.
As the original Abrahamic faith, Judaism traces its founding to the patriarch Abraham, who is also considered an important patriarch of Christianity and Islam.
Judaism teaches that there is only one God and the Jewish people seek to follow his laws. as a result of Siddhartha Gautama’s quest for enlightenment, Buddhism teaches that nothing is permanent and encourages followers to seek the path of enlightenment through morality, meditation and wisdom An ancient Indian religion, Jainism took its current form from the teachings of Mahavira, whose teachings are collected in the Agamas.
Different religions talk about all manner of strange supernatural agents perpetually obsessed with correct human conduct.