Discussion and research is the clue for the advancement of man. Thus even in beliefs held sacred by men a question can be asked. One of the questions concerns the death of Jesus on the cross. There is no doubt that Jesus had extra ordinary powers of divination, but there is a school of thought that the founder of Christianity did not die on the cross. A lot of evidence is now being put forward to support this thesis. The fact remains that Jesus 's thighs were not broken while on the cross as it happened in the case of Judas and others. This is one of the clues that allowed Jesus to survive the crucifixion.
As per the scientists who opine that Jesus survived, a large majority are of the opinion that after he recovered he went to Persia and there he is reported to have cured the daughter of the ruler. Further he went to Kashmir and is reported to have attended the world Buddhist conference at Haran in 80 AD. I understand some records of Jesus in Kashmir are available in ancient texts preserved in the monasteries, which refer to Jesus as Isa.
Jesus is reported to have died in Kashmir and his tomb is still there. The wonder is that the tomb carries Hebrew markings and has a Jewish format. This is something hard to explain. I have not seen the tomb at Srinagar, but people who have seen it are awed.
All this will sound as blasphemy to a devout Catholic whose essence of faith consists in the resurrection. In fact this is the pillar of the Catholic faith.
But believers and scientists are a breed apart and research on this aspect of Jesus's life is certainly called for.