Don't you realize how counter productive comments like these are? I know Romans kept records, but do they have records of Jesus was my question. Your comment makes me think they kept very good records, but none of Jesus. Music is not proof of Jesus being documented.
Yes they did, and very concise records at that. No, there is no mention of Jesus in them because he broke no laws to be punished for. The worship of many gods was completely acceptable during those times, even though the Hebrew religious leaders did not like it.
There are actually no records--except for some passages in the works of Josephus added in by the church hundreds of years later to try and give the impression Jesus was real--to indicate he ever existed at all.
I suppose this was why Pilate supposedly washed his hands of the whole thing. Jesus supposedly broke no Roman laws. It was also very difficult to railroad an innocent person on false charges at the time because the citizens were very zealous in their attempts to ensure justice for themselves.
Not saying he didn't exist, but there is nothing pointing to it in actual documented records. And believe me WD, many people have been searching for them for centuries.
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