So, the soldiers were sent to arrest Jesus without anyone who could recognise him? (I mean except of Judas). I repeat it again - It would be understandable if very few people had seen Jesus in Jerusalem; if he kept a low profile there. But he was doing the opposite. And the soldiers had to rely only on Judas because no single person among the law enforcement services (I don’t know how they was called at that time, and I agree there were no contemporary police at that time, but some people did similar job, didn’t they?) could put Jesus out? Maybe you are right, guys. Maybe there is no contradiction there, and it is only my inability to understand that. I totally agree with you. I can accept neither the Jesus’ physical resurrection nor claims that he is God in human form. Actually, here is one more contradiction I am unable to understand – if he really did all these miracles, if there really was the physical resurrection, then how it was possible that there were so many sceptical people who didn’t believe him and his disciples that his teaching didn’t take root at the place where he was teaching? But that is rather a rhetorical question. I am sure you have heard about Arius, haven’t you?