SOMEONE did notice. In fact, as I mentioned, there are dozens of accounts.<quoted text>
Alas, there are zero **historical** records that support his existing-- let alone that he was a **god**.
And **none** written during his alleged life. None.
That alone is damning-- if he was as **amazing** and **stupendous** as is claimed?
SOMEONE would have noticed-- and written it down.
You do realize, I trust, that the allegation that he rose from the dead would not have surfaced before his death.
Additionally, the vast majority of his alleged miracles occurred with a few years before his death. Hardly enough time to produce a best seller in the information age, let alone two thousand years ago.
And the Pharisees obviously knew; thats why they crucified him. Im sure you could imagine the threat a man hanging around outcasts and lepers, walking on water and denouncing Jewish tradition, would pose a threat to their autonomy and leave them none too pleased. You trust them to keep accurate records? Jesus presented quite a conflict of interest.
You might think Oh well why werent the Pharisees awestruck! My answer: his death was an integral part of Gods message and purported love. It symbolized the sacrifice on his part, as well as the purity and reliance on love on the part of Jesus Christ.