At Eccles is saved we find an interview of Scalfarius and Jesus from 30 AD.
Sample (omitting the striking… art) with my emphases :
Galilee, 30 A.D.
Many people will know of me as the leading journalist of the Roman Empire, and founder of the newspaper Res Publica. I spoke to Jesus of Nazareth shortly after his famous Sermon on the Mount, and what He had to say will shock you.
I interviewed Jesus under the best possible circumstances: I refused to record the interview, or to take notes, and my hearing aid was broken, so I couldn’t hear Him either. In fact most of the time I hid in a cupboard, so as to resist the temptation to try and lip-read the Messiah. Nonetheless, I can tell you exactly what He said, even though He spoke Aramaic, a language unknown to me.
Jesus told me that He is very keen on an all-female priesthood, and that the all-male priesthood favoured by Jewish tradition was simply a mistake. He had given the keys of Heaven to Petra, an ambitious young lady that He had met somewhere, and she was going to become the first Holy Mother.
Jesus is well-known for saying “I came not to judge the world, but to save it.” He expanded on this theme to me, explaining that old-fashioned notions of Good and Evil were now redundant. “If a man wishes to commit theft, murder, adultery or even bear a little false witness, who am I to judge? Who is my Father to judge? No, just SMILE, that’s all I ask my disciples to do.”
Read the rest there.
I am sure that all characters appearing in this work are fictitious and that any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.