Fairy Tales and Horror Stories

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  1. Face_The_Truth says:

    “This is the most incriminating thing one can say about Jesus of Nazareth.”

    Incorrect sentence!

    There was no “Nazareth” on the face of earth in the first century A.D.



    ‘The Roman initialism INRI (Latin: Iēsūs/Iēsus Nazarēnus, Rēx Iūdaeōrum) — on the Cross of a dead Jewish rebel — represents the Latin inscription which in English reads as “Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews”,’ NOT ‘Jesus of Nazareth’.

    The worst thing about Christianity is early Christian scribes wrote their “Holy” book or the “Holy” scripture, namely the Bible, and even today world’s Christians cite the Bible as their “authentic” historical source (i.e., “Gospel Truth”) for all historical lies — one after another.

    Every literate Christian should read the following books in order to very properly understand Christianity in historical contexts.


    William Benjamin Smith, “Ecce Deus: Studies of Primitive Christianity”, London, 1912

    l. Gordon Rylands, “Did Jesus Ever Live?”, Watts & Co., London, 1929

    Will Durant, “The Story of Civilization, Part III, Caesar and Christ”, Fourth Printing, New York, 1944

    Paul Johnson, “A History of Christianity”, Penguin Books, London, 1978

    Michael Arnhem, “Is Christianity True?”, London, 1984

    Ian Wilson, “Jesus: The Evidence”, Pan Books, 1985

    George Albert Wells, “Did Jesus Exist?”, Second Edition, London, 1986