cole grey: MW, Just wanted to be clear... you believe that the story in the bible AND the story you represent above as what "really happened" to judas and jesus, are myths? So one myth says, the raven brought a branch to begin the creation of land, and another says God spoke, and why does it matter which you apprehend, as long as you find something that speaks to you in the symbols? How can you argue about which "myth" of jesus is more "true"? ************* M*W: If you read my last words of that post, I clearly stated that there is no point in arguing this, because EVERYTHING written about Jesus was a myth, and all that does is put the argument to the test of WHICH myth is the credible myth. In the greater scheme of things, it really doesn't matter which myth is the more credible one. All the bible stories are myths. For the past 20 years, I have believed that Jesus lived, but he didn't die on the cross. Recently, after spending these past 20 years researching the living Jesus, I have concluded that he was just a myth.