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Was Peter Martyred in Rome?

Was Peter Martyred in Rome? is a sample chapter taken from my new book “Christianity on Trial: Why we cannot trust the Gospel evidence”. This short cogent read is an objective critique of the orthodox Christian narrative. The book addresses the following topics: CONTENTS Introduction Confirmation Bias Religiosity Temporal Lobe Epilepsy The Historicity of Jesus …

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On discussing Christianity with Christians & Non Christians

Or why believing in fairies is a safer bet than believing in Jesus………. First the fairy issue. There’s no evidence to prove fairies exist and there’s no evidence to prove fairies do not exist. Furthermore, the absence of proof is not proof of absence. Therefore I could claim fairies do exist knowing I can never …

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Close Scrutiny of Galatians 1: 19

Author Note: This blog has been superseded by "Re-Appraisal of Galatians 1:19". Click here for details. Paul’s first meeting with Peter in Jerusalem c 36 CE, just a few years after the alleged resurrection of Jesus, is a very crucial meeting, because this is when & where Paul first learned of the alleged resurrection in …

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A Critique of Gary Habermas’ Fatally Flawed Argument

NB Click on any RED TEXT for further retails Gary Habermas [click red text for details] is a Christian scholar, leading Christian apologist and he also stars in several U-Tube videos, including one called the resurrection evidence that changed current scholarship. Habermas takes it for granted that Jesus was resurrected in Jerusalem and he spends an …

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Was Jesus Resurrected in Jerusalem?

Mythicists like Richard Carrier argue that Jesus probably never even existed. I don't subscribe to this minority view for two reasons. One, there are now much easier ways to explain what did or didn’t happen in Jerusalem 2000 years ago, and two, Occam’s razor suggests the best explanation is invariably the simplest explanation. Most biblical …

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But Where’s The Proof?

Four people called Matthew, Mark, Luke & John turn up at a police station claiming some guy called Jesus had been murdered. They were all interviewed in separate rooms. Each was asked if they actually witnessed the murder. Each said “Well no, not exactly. A guy called Paul told me about it, but don’t worry …

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