John a t robinson redating the new testament
Jesus did certain things which upset the Jewish religious leaders.
They thought he showed disrespect for customs that the Jews had kept for many centuries.
For example, Jews did no work at all on the 7th day of the week, the Sabbath, because it was a holy day.
In John's Gospel, chapter 5, there is the story of Jesus healing a crippled man. He healed the man, and told him to pick up the mattress and go home.
In the Gospel of Matthew, it says that wise men from a far country saw a new star in the sky and traveled to find the young Jesus because they knew that the Messiah was going to be born under a star, and that the star was a sign that Jesus was born to be a king.
Jesus Christ, also known as Jesus of Nazareth, is a Jewish teacher and reformer of religion who has become the central figure of Christianity.
Christians follow the example of Jesus, accept his words to be true, and worship him as God.
They form the beginning of the New Testament, a part of the Bible. They tell a little about his birth and hidden early life, but mostly about his public life: his teachings, miracles, ministry, death, and "resurrection" (return from death).
The four Gospels are named after their respective writers: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.