Book of the Day "On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt"

Believers in Jesus often attempt to blend history with mythology in efforts to continue their belief. In this book, the author lays out extensive research on the evidence for Jesus and the origins of Christianity and poses the key questions that must now be answered if the historicity of Jesus is to survive as a paradigm.
  Carrier contrasts the most credible reconstruction of a historical Jesus with the most credible theory of Christian origins if a historical Jesus did not exist.
  Such a theory posits that the Jesus figure was originally conceived of as a celestial being known only through private revelations and hidden messages in scripture; then stories placing this being in earthly history were crafted to communicate allegorically the claims of the gospel.
  Such stories eventually came to be believed or promoted in the struggle for control of the Christian churches that survived the tribulations of the first century.

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