DPB NEWS - Jesusâ€™ family, including his mother believed that he was mentally ill
According to the christian writings the gospel of Mark (Mark 3:19-21, 31), during the period when Jesus was preaching. Jesus' relatives, his mother and his brothers believed that he was mentally ill. The christian author of the gospel of John comments that "neither did his brothers believe in him" (John 7:5). Jesus, in turn, rejected them (Mark 3:31-35, Matthew 12:46-50, Luke 8:19-21). Apparently, Mary, the mother of Jesus forgot the visits of angels, 3 wise men, and shepherds, completely slipped her mind. Most of all Mary seems to have forgotten her own impregnation by a Holy Ghost. It is more than likely that she had nothing to forget because these episodes never happened. When Jesus started to preach they had a legitimate concern as to his mental condition. This incident, rather than later claims that his family believed in his message, shows that no miracles surrounded his birth.... When the catholic church was asked regarding this matter they expressed â€œno commentâ€?.
They are told "the truth will set them free". by Daniel Elisha