Squirm all you want muztard.<quoted text>
IF you would take the time to reexamine my post, you would notice that it never denied that Greek was around. In fact, I even said that in a previous post a few hours before
The argument isnt whether Greek was around - we all know it was - but whether Jesus used it.
As my last post cited, there is NO DIRECT evidence that Jesus used Greek. No archaeological evidence. GO back and reread the last line of my cited post. Your argument is based on probability not actuality. Know your logical limitations.
The FACT is that if the funeral inscription is in Greek then that will be the language that the deceased spoke.
Two thirds of the funeral inscriptions from Judea were in Greek indicating that two thirds of the people there spoke Greek as their native tongue.
And Jesus was from Galilee, where the proportion of Greek speakers was even higher.
Jesus spoke Greek and you know it liar.