The Jesus Myth and the Crucifixion

It is common for Jesus Mythicists to claim that Jesus’ crucifixion was based on earlier (and sometimes later!) pagan myths. They will suggest that god-men such as Horus, Dionysus, Mithras, etc. were all described as […]

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Herodotus, Osiris, Dionysus and the Jesus Myth

A major part of some forms of the Jesus Myth Theory is the identification of the Egyptian god Osiris with the Greek god Dionysus. Why is this so important? Because in order to even get […]

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Was Dionysus Born of a Virgin?

Apologetics and Theology

Some time back I responded to the claim of the Jesus Myth Theory (JMT) that the Egyptian god Horus was born of a virgin. The evidence demonstrated that Horus was not born of a virgin. But […]

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Jesus from the Pagans

Apologetics and Theology

The Myth Master, who in this video proved that Jesus never existed, is back. Now the Myth Master demonstrates beyond a shadow of a doubt that the story of Jesus was borrowed from the pagans. […]

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Exposing the Spirit of the Age: A Response to the Zeitgeist Movie

Apologetics and Theology

This is an article that I wrote for the first issue of Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics.  It is a response to Zeitgeist, one of the examples of the Jesus myth theory.  Despite how […]

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The Bacchae

Apologetics and Theology

I just finished reading Euripides play The Bacchae.  This is a very important ancient writing as it is one of our best texts for understanding the Dionysus cult.  This is of importance to me as […]

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