Jesus Mything in Action Vol I The Complete Heretic s Guide to Western Religion Book About the book David Fitzgerald s award winning book Nailed Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All pointed out the top ten fatal flaws of Christianity s origin story Now Jesus

  • Title: Jesus: Mything in Action, Vol. I (The Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion Book 2)
  • Author: David Fitzgerald
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  • Page: 439
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  • About the book David Fitzgerald s award winning 2010 book Nailed Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All pointed out the top ten fatal flaws of Christianity s origin story Now, Jesus Mything in Action presents the most compelling new findings in Jesus Myth theory and critically examines its controversial reception by biblical scholars, the extent and rAbout the book David Fitzgerald s award winning 2010 book Nailed Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All pointed out the top ten fatal flaws of Christianity s origin story Now, Jesus Mything in Action presents the most compelling new findings in Jesus Myth theory and critically examines its controversial reception by biblical scholars, the extent and reliability of our sources for Jesus, and reveals the surprising history behind Jesus evolution In this volume Mything in Action, vol I chapters 1 12 looks at the myths of Jesus Mythicism what it is and isn t what biblical scholars are saying about it and why and examines our oldest biographical source for Jesus the allegorical story we know as the Gospel of Mark.

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    About “David Fitzgerald

    1. David Fitzgerald says:

      David Fitzgerald is a writer and historical researcher who has been actively investigating the Historical Jesus question for over ten years He lectures around the country at universities and national secular events and is best known for his book NAILED and THE COMPLETE HERETIC S GUIDE TO WESTERN RELIGION series.He is also the co author of the science fiction trilogy TIME SHARDS with his wife, Dana Fredsti.



    2 thoughts on “Jesus: Mything in Action, Vol. I (The Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion Book 2)

    1. Pretty much contests the case for a historical Jesus. This is a debate that primarily concerns Atheists and the outcome of this debate makes little difference in an atheist's cosmology. It, however, is dynamite for the Christian worldview if true. The idea that there wasn't even a historical Jesus is just too much even for the most liberal Christian. This book lays out the basic argument along with Fitzgerald's other book Nailed. Carrier lays out the scholarly argument and is more careful academ [...]

    2. Like an addict, I keep going back to this topic. I still find it utterly astounding how little evidence there is for the historical Jesus. Shocking I know. If you are happy in your faith or not confident it can withstand scrutiny, don’t read any of David Fitzgerald's books on the subject. Too risky.I lost my faith in the Bible and Yahweh but still assumed there was a religious guy named Jesus walking around in the first century. But then I read David Fitzgerald’s first book on this subject: [...]

    3. This first volume of David Fitzgerald's "Mything in Action" is quite an eye opener. The author draws on the trail-blazing research of a growing cohort of Jesus scholars along with some of his own original research on the historicity of Jesus. He builds the argument that there never was a real person called Jesus. His argument is rational, solidly supported, and well written. Highly recommended!

    4. FascinatingThis book is one that every free thinking person should read. It's packed with relevant information regarding many biblical events and most certainly puts the life of Jesus in the fictional category. I personally found it difficult to put down.

    5. Pretty good read detailing specific scripture verses and the improbability of the verses. Mr Fitzgerald also ties New Testament verses with Old Testament counterparts to show the blatant plagiarism in the Bible. I would have given him 5 stars if he would have refrained from political snark.

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