Granted the outliers would skew the data for life span but for total amount of the human population and amount of disease, illness, etc. would have made these stats still unlikely..
Unlikely does not prove anything, and you must have misread my response earlier. Avg life span is NOT the issue. It is the specific life spans of those recording the historical record of Jesus that is the issue!
Plus the whole biblical theology is nothing more than stories that have been reiterated….
A statement that you have not proven.
These people also believed in some of the most ridiculous things that even a child would not believe in today if they were informed properly witches, ghosts,etc
Where is it recorded that the apostles, who recorded the life and death of Jesus, believed in witches and ghosts?
Back then did they know about bacteria or viral infections? or was it bad spirits?
What has bacteria and viral infections have to do with the record of Jesus?
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