Let's go over this again. A well respected professional peer reviewed journal will not have ads in it. But the source that you commented on was a reprint of an article by another source. The source copied an article from a peer reviewed journal, it was not the original source. That does not break that rule. Do you understand that?
yesDo you understand that?
Ok you are tacitly accepting my methodology (please correct me if I am wrong)The intent of the writes of the Gospels appears to be the spread of Christianity. That does not in any way guarantee accuracy.
My methodology being
If the author of the document is well informed and has the intent to report real stuff, then the document is likely to be reliable. (unless you correct me I will assume that you agree with this methodology)
As for the gospels I, the documents have details that go against the goal of spreading christiany
1 Jesus has limited knowledge
2 Jesus had an humiliating death
3 woman discovered the tomb
4 joseph of arimathea buried Jesus
This details indicate that the authors where willing to tell what he thought}t was true, evenif that would affect the goal.