In chapter 6 of the Gospel of Mark it is said that Jesus was a carpenter or a carpenter's son. If the father was a carpenter, the usual thing was for the son to continue his trade. The social situation of a carpenter at that time in Israel is suspected to be medium-low. Something that is striking is that in the parables of Jesus and in his sayings or sentences there are no images of carpentry, what there are are images of the field. Thus, it gives the impression that Jesus could have been a peasant instead of a carpenter.
Was Jesus a healer?
Could Jesus be homosexual?
What was the office of Jesus?
What image did Jesus have of himself?
Could there be in the Gnostic Gospel of Thomas part of the message of a more authentic Jesus?
Was Jesus of Nazareth born in Bethlehem?
Was Jesus aware of his death?
What do we know about the Virgin Mary?
Why didn't his disciples write about Jesus?
What aspects of Christianity appear in previous pagan traditions?