Are there any evidence in Judaism that the man Jesus son of Joseph and Mary existed and if so are there dates associated with his birth and death?
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In Jewish texts, no, and therefore, none. While there are those who believe that the talmud mentions him, there is no real conclusive proof of that (see here for a discussion)-- the text might be speaking of other people as the facts surrounding the man mentioned distinguish him from what the gospels say about Jesus. Other, later Judaic texts deal with the idea of Jesus and the effects of others' belief in his existence, but provide no evidence as their goal is not to prove his historicity.