TOLEDOTH YESHU


TOLEDOTH YESHU
   a medieval JEWISH document whose Hebrew title means "The History of Jesus." It claims that JESUS was the illegitimate son of MARY by a Roman soldier and that his MIRACLES were the result of black MAGIC.

Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.

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