The Jesus Myth and the Crucifixion

Jesus Myth

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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Jesus from the Pagans

Jesus

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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Horus Ruins Christmas

Horus Ruins Christmas

One of my main areas of interest is the Jesus Myth, which argues that there was no Jesus and the Gospels are just versions of pagan myths. I came across this video, called Horus Ruins […]

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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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Lee Strobel and Edwin Yamauchi on the Mithras Connection

Was Mithras the model on which people created the Jesus myth?  The short answer is no.  But for a bit more information, go here for a conversation between Lee Strobel and Edwin Yamauchi on this […]

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The Magi

“Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the east came to Jerusalem, saying, “Where is he who has been born king of […]

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Mysteries of Mithra

I just finished reading a book by Franz Cumont called The Mysteries of Mithra.  Mithras was a popular mystery religion god that was contemporary with the beginning of Christianity.  Because of this, people often look […]

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Ancient Mystery Cults

It is quite common for people to claim that the story of Jesus is based on the ancient mystery religions such as that devoted to Mithras, Osiris-Isis etc.  The best way to respond to such […]

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Christ as Orpheus

There are a number of people who have come to the conclusion that not only did Jesus not exist, the story we do have in the Gospels is based completely on pagan myths.  There are […]

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