I don't think this is relevant to Satanism, but here are my thoughts on the subject:
>>I would like to find - in electornic format if possible
>> - more writings about Jesus. Not biblical or apocryphal
>>but writings wich aren't of an religious nature
>>...records of the events from Israel from an outside
>>source - like the romans.
In short, there aren't any. And that's precisely why my own research on this issue has led me to believe that Jesus never existed. It's not even like Santa Claus, where despite being a mythical character, the added-on mythology can still be traced back to specific person (in these case, St. Nichollas). No, there wasn't even a particular man who the Gospel stories were based on.
So as for first-hand sources, there are the Gospels (english stories tranlated and edited from older english, translated and edited from latin, translated and edited from greek, probably translated from oral tradition, and two of which were copied from the other two). That's all.
There are no more writings that can be considered first-hand accounts on the life of Jesus. The rest of the Xtian scriptures were mostly written by Xtianity's founder, St. Paul (or as I like to think of him, the Preacher Formerly Known As Saul), who only "knew" him through an hallucination. These other references that Xtians and assorted apoligists cite -- Tacitus, Suetonius, Ignatius, etc. -- were all written well after the alleged death of Jesus. And the Josephus writing is an embarassingly obvious forgery.
As for Jesus having been "real or made up", it's important to understand what is meant here by "made up". It was not in one sitting by one group of people. The story is a collection of various myths and other archetypes from the surrounding areas (Asia Minor, Egypt, etc.). Not surprisingly, we find contraditions in the story.
>>Or if there aren't any I wold like to find out how
>>his story was invented, by who and when did it happen.
As far as on-line documents go, I would highly recommend the essay "Refuting Missionaries" by Hayyim ben Yehoshua. It has two parts, "The Myth of the Historical Jesus" and "The Lack of Historical Evidence for Jesus". You can find these all over the place with a search engine.
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