A person named Yeshu ha-Notzri (Jesus the Nazarene?) is mentioned several times in the Talmud, but the content of these references is not consistent with the story of Jesus as told in the New Testament. In Sanhedrin 43b there is a reference to a Yeshu who was hung (crucified?) on the day before Passover, and who was a member of the royal family; but the Talmud states that his execution was announced 40 days in advance (to allow any evidence of his innocence to be submitted), so this reference doesn't fully match the New Testament story. It is further stated there that Yeshu had five disciples,
named Matai (Matthew?), Nakai, Netzer, Buni, and Todah, all five of whom were also executed -- again, not in agreement with the New Testament. In Sanhedrin 107b and Sotah 47a the Talmud tells about a Yeshu who was an unworthy disciple of Rabbi Yehoshua ben Perachiah; but this was more than 100 years too early to be the Jesus of the New Testament. Thus there is no evidence in the contemporary Rabbinical sources that corroborates the New Testament story of Jesus.
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