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About the audiobook: David Fitzgerald’s award-winning 2010 book Nailed: Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed at All pointed out the top 10 fatal flaws of Christianity’s origin story. Now, Jesus: Mything in Action presents the most compelling new findings in Jesus myth theory and critically examines its controversial reception by biblical scholars, the extent and reliability of our sources for Jesus, and the surprising history behind Jesus’ evolution. 

In this volume: Mything in Action, Vol. II (chapters 13-18) discusses the changing Jesus from even before the earliest Christians, to Paul, to the book of Hebrews, to the Gospels and beyond: the construction (and deconstruction) of the Gospels; how Jesus is presented in the rest of the New Testament; and an examination of the historical sources for Jesus outside of the Bible.

©2016 David Glenn Currie Fitzgerald (P)2018 David Glenn Currie Fitzgerald

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So much research.

So much research. I was captivated the entire time. I couldn't oversell this book. Well done.

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An interesting discussion of the subject

Fitzgerald presents an interesting surface view of the evidence. It’s an interesting case he presents and is worth further review and discussion. He isn’t a full scholar on the subject but is someone interested in the subject and does a good job discussing it from that point of view. I recommend Richard Carrier if you enjoy this series.

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Liked this even more than Vol 1!

There is a deeper secret to be learned about Christianity, and for those who are curious, this series of books will point the direction. Seriously, this is much more interesting than all the Dan Brown stuff.

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nothing new

it's ironic he points out how the Bible just copied and rewrote other works, he just reads everything carrier rights

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