The world’s oldest surviving bible, the Codex Sinaiticus, was written around the time of Constantine in the 4th century and has been compiled and placed online for scholars all over the world to study. What’s missing? Oh, just that pesky resurrection of Christ and that whole reason we celebrate Easter.
Not to point fingers or anything, but you think the scholars and bible enthusiasts around the time of the first Christian Roman emperor and the around the time that Christianity became a popular religion (and not just a cult for the slaves) would have remembered to include that whole defying death thing. Maybe not? Or maybe Jesus was just a dude who had some good ideas and died unfortunately? And stayed dead?
Just a thought.