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[This booklet] should be shown only to people of discretion, for one never knows what the morrow may bring. I copied it from three different pamphlets from three different countries, not just one, The contents of all these pamphlets were identical, except that I wrote it in the language of prudence [- namely, Hebrew, because Gentiles do not understand it].
Among the versions of the Toledot, the version published by Johann Christian Wagenseil is perhaps the most prominent.
A great misfortune struck Israel in the year 3651 (c. A man of the tribe of Judah, Joseph Pandera, lived near a widow who had a daughter called Miriam.
This virgin was betrothed to Yohanan, a Torah-learned and God-fearing man of the house of David.
In chapter 17 Justin claims that the Jews had sent out "chosen men" throughout the Roman Empire to polemicize against Christianity, calling it a "godless heresy".As Joseph Dan notes in the Encyclopedia Judaica, "The narrative in all versions treats Jesus as an exceptional person who from his youth demonstrated unusual wit and wisdom, but disrespect toward his elders and the sages of his age." This scurrilous fable of the life of Jesus is a medieval work, probably written down in the tenth century. Though its contents enjoyed a certain currency in the oral traditions of the Jewish masses, it was almost totally ignored by official or scholarly Judaism.Anti-Semites have not failed to employ it as an illustration of the blasphemous character of the Synagogue." The date of composition cannot be ascertained with certainty and there are conflicting views as to what markers denote dates.For instance, the Toledot refers to Christian festivals and observances that only originated after the 4th century.It is unlikely that one person is the author, since the narrative itself has a number of different versions, which differ in terms of the story details and the attitude towards the central characters.