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Name: seasickgirl  •  Title: other evidence  •  Date posted: 02/27/07 14:07
Q: Do we have independent evidence from other sources about siblings? 
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Name: Abigail  •  Date: 02/27/07 17:18
A: In the New Testament, Mark mentions that Jesus has brothers and sisters, including a brother he identifies as James. Matthew also mentions that Jesus has a brother, but doesn't name him. 
Name: DMS  •  Date: 02/27/07 20:04
A: I am a genealogist. My take on "The Christ Family" can be found here:

Jesu-s- only had half-brothers and sisters.

They were:

Jude/Juda, Prince
Simon, Prince
James; "St. James The Just;" "Joseph of Arimathea" (d.AD 82) 
Name: Panluna  •  Date: 03/10/07 18:56
A: If they wre only half-brothers and sisters then who was Jesus's real biological father?Or was Joseph married to another woman?As was the custom of the day to practise polygamy.was Mary his second wife?And did she become pregnant during their bethrothel which lasted two years and was another custom of their people.Just to insure continuation of Joseph's family line 
Name: eialici  •  Date: 01/13/08 12:04
A: If you mean that from a theological stance then its understandable to claim he has only half brothers. If however you claim it from a scientific stance then its impossible since then you would have to agree that Joseph was his father and Mary his mother. Anythign else is guesswork. 

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