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Why I Think Jesus Didn’t Exist: A Historian Explains the Evidence That Changed His Mind

Dr. Richard Carrier describes how he examined the methodology af Jesus myth proponents, found it wanting and created an academic methodology that would stand up to peer review.

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One thought on “Why I Think Jesus Didn’t Exist: A Historian Explains the Evidence That Changed His Mind

  1. Dr Carrier is well worth listening to. His book on methodology ‘Proving History’ is a must-read for anyone interested in christian origins.

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