One of the most important historians of the last century read C. S. Lewis as a young man.
Eusebius’ version very much diverges from the early apocryphal account of Mary and Joseph’s union.
“In this grove, let no one pile dung, nor dump a body, nor perform parental rites.”
Did Jesus have blood siblings?
Who was reading whom?
If it ever shows up, there will be fireworks.
Irenaeus comes to Egypt.
Constantine founded Christendom—or so we are told.
Christ himself is the bedrock of the church, says Didymus.
Maybe doctrinal development can leap the gap, but it seems a bit far.