On René Salm’s site is this notice of an online review of David Fitzgerald’s book about Jesus mythicism:
· David Fitzgerald, “Ten Beautiful Lies About Jesus” (2010) PDF. This essay received an Honorable Mention in the 2010 Mythicist Prize contest (since discontinued). It reviews the case for Jesus mythicism in an easy-to-read style and is a good starting point for those new to the subject of Jesus mythicism. Fitzgerald has expanded the essay into a book, Nailed: Ten Christian Myths that show Jesus Never Existed at All. A review of the book is here.
“Here” is the “Official MU SASHA blog” — Missouri University Skeptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists and Agnostics. Nice to see a candle of reason in Missouri.
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3 thoughts on “Nailed: Ten Christian Myths that show Jesus Never Existed at All — Review”
I see that there is no Kindle edition available from Amazon but that the work is published in ebook formats that include Kindle by Smashwords. I have to wonder if any of your readers will have experience with downloading Smashwords ebooks to a Kindle. I’d never heard of Smashwords before.
I ordered the book from them in azw format. It was just fine.
I really enjoyed the read.