You are a lovely person, so I will give you various documentry evidences; to start with kindly from view a BBC Documentry:
Did Jesus die on the Cross?
THIS WHOLE DOCUMENTARY IS PURE SPECULATION THAT IS PRESENTED AS TRUTH.
If you listen to the narrative then you will constantly hear phrases such as “some claim that if…” All of the information contained within this documentary is theory.
Here are some of the claims made:
Jesus didn’t die, he was resuscitated in the Tomb after the crucifiction.
REALLY? I thought he was pierced by a lance to make sure that he was dead.
The concept of the Heavenly Second Coming with Jesus returning on the day of Judgement was only created after it became clear that he had not returned in that everyday sence.
That sounds like opinion to me. Where’s the proof that this statement is real?
The Ascention does not actually appear in the original form of any of the gospels. The Ascention references were added 200 years after the events.
This sounds like the old muslim claim that the Gospels are not the ‘true’ Gospels because they have been changed by Christians. Well this my rebuttal to this claim:
To study the New Testament writings, scientists have a wealth of material at their disposal. Of the Greek text (remember that the New Testament was written in Greek) there are no less than 4680 manuscripts. 68 of them are papyri, 241 majuscule parchments, 2533 minuscule parchments and 1838 lectionaries (collections of Scripture texts for reading on Sundays). Then there are more than 6000 manuscripts of ancient translations in such languages as Latin, Syriac, Coptic, Gothic, Armenian, Ethiopic, Georgian, Nubian Arabic, Persian and Slavonic. A third source for comparison are quotations of scriptural texts found with more than 220 Church Fathers and theologians.
Some of these texts are very old. One of the papyri known as P52, contains fragments of St John’s Gospel. It has been dated as 130 AD, which means that this copy of the Gospel was written hardly forty years after the original. Another famous example is the Codex Sinaiticus, which was written in about 350 AD in Egypt. 347 of its leaves have been preserved which cover practically the whole New Testament.
We can be absolutely sure that the text we possess is essentially identical to the original writings. Or, to put it in quantitative terms: **the small variations that have crept into the text over all these centuries affect only one and a half per cent of the text **(one of every sixty words); they rarely make any doctrinal difference.
The documentary also claims that Jesus went on a journey to find the Lost Tribes of Israel:
WE CAN SPECULATE that if Jesus thought of himself as the Messiah, HE MIGHT have had it in mind that I’ve got to go and present myself to these dispersed brothers and sisters.
The words in bold say it all. This is pure speculation and opinion passed off as fact.
And regarding the claim that he went to Kashmir, here is what I have to say:
People in Kashmir CLAIM to be the last tribes. So what. People in Britain claim to that the British are the lost tribes. No one takes them seriously so why should we believe the people of Kashmir?
These same people claim that Jesus, or Isa as they call him, went to Kashmir and presented himself to them. These people are blatantly Muslim, so of course they would suggest that Jesus went there. There is also a tomb that is supposed to be the final resting place of Jesus AND an Islamic holy man.
These people are Muslims. I asked you for NON MUSLIM evidence that Jesus went to Kashmir. For all we know, this is just a muslim fabrication to win converts.
And by the way, the carved footprints of Jesus in the ground are blatantly fake. Feet impressions do not look like that.
By the way, post all of your “proof” so that we can read it. Why are you posting one thing at a time. Are you struggling?