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I have read many books on these subjects but this one is the best and most thoughtful and courageous.
He implied that today's psychology allowed him to do it, but today's psychology also shows that you tend to project your own mind to others.
This book is very difficult to read without going back over and over to be clear on all the progressive proofs presented in legalize.
As the author suggests, Jesus would probably want you to see the whole truth. And if by chance there are no valid truths here, you will decipher that for yourself. .....Published 12 days ago by T. Collins
Many have noted the terrible writing but disorganized is a more accurate description. It reads like a stream of consciousness, one subject, then another, then the first, headings,... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Avid Reader
I love comparative religious history, and this book speaks what many do not dare: modern Christianity is more of Paul's making than Jesus'. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Kenney
Much above the average. The writing often left something to be desired but the content was provocative and supportable.Published 3 months ago by Crawford Harris
Interesting subject, but the writer is the king of verbosity.Published 3 months ago by William K. Smith
The book presents a good argument for the idea that Christianity, as expressed in the bible, is a Pauline invention and not the teachings of Yeshua bar Yosef of Nazareth (Jesus). Read morePublished 3 months ago by GusStAnthony
I want to love this book because I love forensic study of the Bible and I want to accumulate some tools to argue against the fundamentalists. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M633
Have not read the whole book in its entirety,
but the part I have read so far is TERRIFIC.