There’s Lots Of Evidence For The Existance Of Jesus: Er, No There Isn’t Say Religious Scholars

“Christian (and Jewish) scholars say – “No there isn’t!”
Excerpt from the video “Who Was Jesus? Fingerprints of the Christ” by Acharya S.

Part 1

Part 2

http://www.truthbeknown.com/

http://www.stellarhousepublishing.com/

Listen to Acharya S and Robert W. Morgan every two weeks on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/THEAARFSHOW

31 July 2008 – Listen to the latest streaming radio interview with Acharya on Black Op Radio…Show #385 Part 1
http://www.blackopradio.com/archives2… – thank you Len :)”

While I feel all this scholarly to-ing and fro-ing about Jesus is a little childish I still find this interesting. Jesus, in my opinion, was blatantly based on some earlier spiritual/political figure-head, though from who knows where in the world: all major religions from all across the planet follow axiomatic characterisitics and earlier religions are routinely appropriated, and slowly manipulated, by invading powers in order to appease and eventually subvert the masses.

Watch the film Zeitgeist, it’s a good starter for this sort of thing (though I’d look further). I’m fairly certain it’s on here somewhere, try typing it into the search box.

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  1. Harry says:

    The authour of the work Acharya has their own spiritual axe to grind; from Wikipedia (not the greatest source , but I have a life):
    D.M. Murdock (publishing in part pseudonymously as “Acharya S”) is another proponent of the Jesus myth hypothesis who has published three books in support of the hypothesis. In her online article, “The Origins of Christianity,” Murdock states:

    “…the most enduring and profound controversy in this subject is whether or not a person named Jesus Christ ever really existed…. when one examines this issue closely, one will find a tremendous volume of literature that demonstrates, logically and intelligently, time and again that Jesus Christ is a mythological character along the same lines as the Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Sumerian, Phoenician, Indian or other godmen, who are all presently accepted as myths rather than historical figures.”

    She teaches some lot of old slop robbed from eastern polythestic paganism, its self gleaned from earlier religions. Big deal, and it is sad people subsidize her, in her rather distasteful work.

    It is no accident that all of these people of her ilk have a new age garbage cobbled together new world order religion to offer.

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