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Over centuries, the Jewish Christians were largely exterminated during the attack by the Roman Army on Jerusalem; the rest were scattered.
The Gnostics were almost entirely tracked down and eliminated.
The legacy of Paul coalesced into the Catholic Church who determined by majority vote at the council of Nicea that Jesus was God.
Hindus believe that whenever profound evil spreads widely throughout the earth, the Supreme Being comes to earth in the form of a human person "in order to uproot vice and to establish virtue so that the earth may get rid of sinners." and the complete incarnate of Vishnu, the Godhead of the Hindu Trinity of deities.
In the words of Swami Harshananda, 'If a person can affect such a profound impact on the Hindu race affecting its psyche and ethos and all aspects of its life for centuries, he is no less than God' ." He is believed to have died at the advanced age of 125.
"In his final days on earth, he taught spiritual wisdom to Uddhava, his friend and disciple, and ascended to his abode after casting off his body, which was shot at by a hunter named Jara." For reasons noted above in the Overview, that is impossible.
In order to compete with those religions, Christianity would have had to describe Jesus in terms that matched or surpassed the legends and myths of other religions. The authors of the gospels may well have picked up themes from other sources and added them to their writings in order to make Christianity more credible to a religiously diverse world, most of which worshiped multiple Gods and Goddesses.
But many individuals raise the possibility that the Gospels' description of Jesus' life was derived, at least in part, from Krishna's life story, and from the myths of other god-men.
"Then there is the Hindu epic, the Bhagavad-Gita, a story of the second person of the Hindu Trinity, who took human form as Krishna.
Some have considered him a model for the Christ, and it's hard to argue against that when he says things like: Earl Doherty, "The Jesus Puzzle. : Challenging the Existence of an Historical Jesus," Canadian Humanist Publications, (1999).
According to ancient history it is believed that temples did not exist during the vedic period .