But let us take a more important and central point in the history of Christianity. Was Christ a true God or an ordinary man? What science can answer this question? Meanwhile, the most controversial and the most important issues in the history of primitive Christianity solved diametrically opposite ways depending on how you answer the central question. In addition, the mass of details, particulars, the mass of historical-critical misunderstandings fully covered in some light depending on said central answer to the central question. We must be conscious of this in terms of the method, and if this response in the central investigator is not present, his research loses all value in the eyes of people to critically perceive; Well if the answer is that there is (I do not prejudge, negative or positive), the researcher is obliged to give reasons, which he is forced to choose one answer over another; I repeat, all the objective credibility of the study, ie, answers already on certain historical issues - will be entirely determined by the objective convincing reasons given in support of one or another decision of the central points.