There are two references in the Bible to Jesus’s brothers and sisters, made by crowds who stand before Jesus. In Mark 6:3, the crowd refers to Mary and Joseph’s children James, Joses, Judas and Simon as Jesus’s brothers. More »

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According to many sources in the New Testament, Jesus had four brothers and an unknown number of sisters. The four brothers were named James, Joseph, Judas and Simon, while the sisters were not named. More »

As of 2015, facts about Jesus' brothers include their names -- James, Joses, Judas and Simon. Jesus left James in charge of his followers. Judas' children were named Zechariah and James. These statements are among the fe... More »

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In various parts of the Bible, Jesus is named father, brother, shepherd, lamb, Messiah and Son of God. The names and titles applied to Jesus Christ range from the mystical to the prophetic, the practical to the divine. More »

The Bible notes that two thieves were crucified at the same time as Jesus, one at his left side and one at his right side. The book of Matthew notes that both thieves mocked Jesus and defied Jesus to save himself. More »

At no particular place does the Bible ever mention that Jesus was married or that he fathered any children. There is no evidence or real account to show that he fathered any children. More »

The story of Jesus and Lazarus is a Bible story about a miracle of Jesus found in the book of John, in which Jesus brings a dead man named Lazarus back to life. After Lazarus' death, Jesus traveled to the location of Laz... More »