Thoughts on the Passing of Tom Harpur

Apologetics and Theology

My introduction to the world of publishing and a major step in my involvement in apologetics is due to Tom Harpur. I was sad to hear that Tom Harpur passed away on January 2, 2017. […]

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Why Should We Care About the Jesus Myth?

Jesus Myth

What is the Jesus myth theory? There are a number of variations of this concept. The version I originally came into contact with claimed that there was no historical Jesus and that the Jesus of […]

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Unmasking the Pagan Christ DVD

If you are interested in getting the DVD of the Unmasking to Pagan Christ documentary that was produced a year or so back by David Brady Productions, they are available for approximately $20 plus shipping. […]

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Documentary Clip

Here is a clip from the documentary based on our book Unmasking the Pagan Christ which is airing tonight (April 2) on Vision TV. For those of you in the U.S., keep watching the listings […]

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Top Ten Problems With the Jesus Myth Theory

Jesus Myth

As I sit here watching the documentary on Tom Harpur’s Pagan Christ, I find myself reminded of all the problems that I see in the Jesus myth theory.  I will share my top ten problems […]

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Unmasking the Pagan Christ: The Documentary

In 2004, former Anglican priest and New Testament professor Tom Harpur wrote a book called The Pagan Christ, in which he argued that there was no historical Jesus but that the Gospels are Jewish versions […]

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The Raising of El-Asar-us?

The following is an excerpt from our book Unmasking the Pagan Christ. In many ways the argument we give in this section should not be necessary as the suggestion of equating the raising of Lazarus […]

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Wine into Water

I have a new article published in the McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry. It is a response to Tom Harpur’s latest book, Water into Wine. My article is entitled “Turning Wine into Water: Tom […]

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The Jesus Myth

One of my interests is the claim that Jesus was not a historical figure but rather just another myth.  Despite my interest, I must confess a certain level of frustration.  In many ways it is a […]

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