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Use this tag for questions that pertain to historical events, or claim whose evidence is historical in nature.

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The Jerusalem church is described in Acts (which is not by Paul but by the author of Luke), and Acts 15 has an account of the conflict between Paul and the Jerusalem church. The same conflict is descr …
answered Jul 24 '15 by JacquesB
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historical figures, including people who was much more famous in their own time than Jesus. Take someone Alexander the Great again, one of the most important figures in History. We have no first-hand sources … and no remains. The best sources we have are written hundreds of years after his death. Even then, given the available historical evidence we assume Alexander existed, since a lot history is …
answered Jul 23 '15 by JacquesB
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The question is kind of nonsensical since it assumes a contradiction between being a clergyman and being recognize as a scientist. Historically most scientists have been either amateurs and hobbyists …
answered Oct 25 '16 by JacquesB