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Nothing is new or original in Christianity. That is the important thesis demonstrated in Christianity Before Christ. The least important features, as well as the most important components, were all well developed in cultures that flourished before the time that Christ is alleged to have walked the parched paths of Roman Palestine. The information presented in this audiobook is absolutely crucial if atheists and other free thinkers are to understand the nature of the beast that threatens not only their liberties and rights as citizens in a secular republic, but also threatens to return world civilization itself back to the prescientific levels of the ancient cultures from which Christianity derived all its odd details. Every atheist needs to know what is in this audiobook!  

©2002 American Atheist Press (P)2020 Echo Point Books & Media, LLC

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Shocked. I am amazed at how good this is today. And yes, I too thought "atheist" meant something much different. Makes leading into this review a bit mire difficult. I was one of those babies raised in the house of Gauwud. Ya that's a good place to start. I REALLY wanted to believe. Meanwhile the not-so-stupid part of me was trying to make sense of it all under the fear boot of the church. I never could even begin to move forward until I recognized I had to let go of some things. Getting to that point not so simple either. In my studies of deception detection I had one very useful take-away: It's easy to believe a lie when you want to. Please feel free to rearrangethat statement in any algebraic way you can. Put like it is, I had to de-program! That ...is ...hard ...and ...very, very scary. I can almost say they can no longer scare me, but with honesty toward scars I CAN say at least, my strings are cut. By now you may be wondering about the actual review. I just spotted this today, downloaded, read, and I will listen again! GET THIS ONE. LISTEN. There you go. Don't be a puppet and actually listen.

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The Afrikan diaspora should listen to this daily..

I will listen to this at least thrice. A breath of fresh air, when removing the mental shackles of religion(modern day Christianity) from ones mind. I do not believe in God, for I know I am a triumvirate of three. Goddess, God & Devil. The world is but a play on the mental hemisphere of the individual($).

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Great educational doctrine !

Provides great detail and sources for the reasoning behind the book. Don’t let the commonly misconstrued definition of atheism keep you from listening to this. It was truly enlightening

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Could have been so good.

While Jackson gathered many stories and practices he never actually puts it into a convincing construct. Dates are important yet he list so very few, not allowing the development of a useful timeline. Too many words, too little glue.

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Good read

Must read for those who have questions
Definitely learn more than I I thought i would have

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was a struggle... not sure what I was expecting but this was a book that in the 1st chapter, I could have explained what they eventually got to at the ending. which I have to say was shocking to actually hear a white person actually say! seemed as if it was trying to avoid the inevitable but. Kutos and Luv really didn't think that would be actually stated. shocked the books rated so high. truth is often told but not accepted or as this book showed is white washed! much Luv,prayers, blessings, and success

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  • 04-30-21

This is mind-blowing.

I love this book. It's mind-blowing. I am still struggling to take it all in. Where has this book been all these while? I need to listen to it all over again to let it settle well.