Of course there will be question marks.
There never was just one Christianity. Out of the milieu of religiosity that infected the Roman world, dozens of competing and conflicting y cults emerged.
A rescue mission for the "Jesus of history" – The New Apologists. There never was just one Christianity. The first believers in Jesus maintained he was an ethereal spirit, much like other sky/sun-gods.
Jesus Never Existed book. An Awesome Skeptical Book and very informative book to read. I have become a huge fan of Humphreys after reading this book.
Jesus Never Existed: An Introduction to the Ultimate Heresy Nine Banded Books. 7 Eylül 2017, 04:00 ·.
Jesus does not exist in the historical record. All we have is this selfie. Jesus Christ never existed. We have already mentioned the wealth of different books and gospels that were discovered at the Dead Sea and Nag Hammadi
Jesus does not exist in the historical record. As far as the historical record is concerned he just did not exist. We have already mentioned the wealth of different books and gospels that were discovered at the Dead Sea and Nag Hammadi. Many of these writings followed a gnostic tradition that was at odds with what became the orthodox interpretation of Christianity.
Kenneth Humphreys, 2005, Jesus Never Existed. 2012, The Birthing of a Godman. 2014, Jesus Never Existed: An Introduction to the Ultimate Heresy. The author sets this exegesis within the socio-historical context of an evolving, malevolent religion. Kenneth Humphreys holds a Master’s degree from the University of Essex in history and social sciences, a post-graduate pedagogic certificate from the University of Leicester, and a higher national certificate in business studies. He taught for many years in the UK and abroad.
Did Jesus Exist? This article written by former Interim President and current member of the . I have taken it for granted that Jesus of Nazareth existed.
I have taken it for granted that Jesus of Nazareth existed. Some writers feel a need to justify this assumption at length against people who try from time to time to deny it. It would be easier, frankly, to believe that Tiberius Caesar, Jesus’ contemporary, was a figment of the imagination than to believe that there never was such a person as Jesus. The name Jesus occurs only seven times in the entire book, Christ only four times, and Jesus Christ only twice!
Thomas Paine (1737–1809). The Christ myth theory (also known as the Jesus myth theory, Jesus mythicism, or the Jesus ahistoricity theory) is the view that "the story of Jesus is a piece of mythology", possessing no "substantial claims to historical fact". Alternatively, in terms given by Bart Ehrman paraphrasing Earl Doherty, "the historical Jesus did not exist.