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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Gospel

Jesus Christ as well as his illiterate pupils did not make any records. All the biblical biographies of Jesus called Gospels (“Good News” in original, "Injil" in Arabic) are based on the oral tradition, which are attributed to some pupils-apostles and canonized (approved) by the church councils.

The canonical Gospel is written originally in the Old Greek language and based on the Greek mythology:

Myths of Theseus Myths of Hercules Gospel
Father of Theseus is Poseidon. Father of Hercules is the chief god-father Zeus. Father of Jesus is God the Father.
Mother of Theseus is the mortal Aethra. Mother of Hercules is the mortal Alcmene. Mother of Jesus is Mary.
Husband of Aethra and the adoptive father of Theseus is the mortal Aegeus. Husband of Alcmene and the adoptive father of Hercules is the mortal Amphitryon. Husband of Mary and the adoptive father of Jesus is the Saint Joseph.
Theseus was born between Troezen, Hermione and the harbor Kelenderis. Alcmene gave birth to twins: Iphiclus from her husband, and Hercules from Zeus in the shape of her husband. By the Indo-European beliefs (see "Twins in mythology"), the first twin is conceived by father and the second twin by a supernatural being. Jesus was born on the road, as a result of the Immaculate Conception by the Holy Spirit.
Hercules became immortal after his 12 labors. Jesus was resurrected after his death.
The last Herculean labor is a campaign into the Hades (hell) and liberation of Theseus, Pirithous and Alcestis. Jesus had descended into the hell and had liberated the martyrs.
Hercules had ascended into the Olympus and became a god. Jesus had ascended into the heaven.

The apocryphal “Essene Gospel of Peace" can be considered one of the cleanest sources. The Essenes is a peaceful Jewish sect, which lived near Qumran, where in the XX century the Qumran scrolls (manuscripts) were found, which probably belonged to the Essenes.

The following quotes from the "Essene Gospel of Peace” show the difference between the early Christians and the late ones (especially Protestants): «Seek not the law in your scriptures, for the law is life, whereas the scripture is dead. I tell you truly, Moses received not his laws from God in writing, but through the living word. The law is living word of living God to living prophets for living men. In everything that is life is the law written. You find it in the grass, in the tree, in the river, in the mountain, in the birds of heaven, in the fishes of the sea; but seek it chiefly in yourselves. For I tell you truly, all living things are nearer to God than the scripture which is without life. God so made life and all living things that they might by the everlasting word teach the laws of the true God to man. God wrote not the laws in the pages of books, but in your heart and in your spirit. They are in your breath, your blood, your bone; in your flesh, your bowels, your eyes, your ears, and in every little part of your body. They are present in the air, in the water, in the earth, in the plants, in the sunbeams, in the depths and in the heights. They all speak to you that you may understand the tongue and the will of the living God. But you shut your eyes that you may not see, and you shut your ears that you may not hear. I tell you truly, that the scripture is the work of man, but life and all its hosts are the work of our God. Wherefore do you not listen to the words of God which are written in His works? And wherefore do you study the dead scriptures which are the work of the hands of men?» «You do not understand the words of life, because you are in death. Darkness darkens your eyes and your ears are stopped with deafness. For I tell you, it profits you not at all that you pore over dead scriptures if by your deeds you deny him who has given you the scriptures. I tell you truly, God and his laws are not in that which you do. They are not in gluttony and in wine-bibbing, neither in riotous living, nor in lustfulness, nor in seeking after riches, nor yet in hatred of your enemies. For all these things are far from the true God and from his angels. But all these things come from the kingdom of darkness and the lord of all evils. And all these things do you carry in yourselves; and so the word and the power of God enter not into you, because all manner of evil and all manner of abominations have their dwelling in your body and your spirit. If you will that the living God's word and his power may enter you, defile not your body and your spirit; for the body is the temple of the spirit, and the spirit is the temple of God. Purify, therefore, the temple, that the Lord of the temple may dwell therein and occupy a place that is worthy of him».

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