The Jewish Talmud, also known as the Shas, is composed of rabbinic writings which were compiled and collected between 200-500AD. Written in Hebrew and Aramaic, the Talmud covers a broad range of topics, including Jewish history and commentaries and opinions on the Law.
This recent discovery provides further historical proof of the crucifixion of The Christ. The portion below contains what scholars believe to be another record of the Sanhedrin's indictment of Jesus Christ, disparagingly called Yeshu here rather than by His true name, Yeshua:
Scholars note that the penalty of death dealt here indicates that the Sanhedrin recognized the miracles Yeshua did as real rather than simply illusion, although they saw its source to be evil. The section then goes on to discuss the names of Jesus' disciples.
Once again, rather than finding support for the conspiracy theories put forward by popular fiction writers, we have instead unearthed further proof of the reliability and authenticity of the Bible.
It is just as the Lord Jesus said,
"Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will never pass away." Matthew 24:35
Experts' Evidence for Jesus' Crucifixion
Jesus of Nazareth’s Trial in Sanhedrin 43a (a PDF)
Tyndale's Press Release on the acquisition