These 5 historical facts indicate that Jesus Christ may not have existed
The New Testament gospels, according to most antiquities academics, are "mythologized history."
In other words, they believe that around the beginning of the first century, a controversial Jewish rabbi named Yeshua ben Yosef acquired a following,
That his life and teachings produced the germ that flowered into Christianity.
At the same time, these scholars acknowledge that many Bible stories, such as the virgin birth, miracles, resurrection, and the women in the tomb, borrow
According to this viewpoint, a "historical Jesus" got mythologized.
Several recent or current best-sellers adopt this method, condensing scholarship for a broad readership.
Popular titles include Reza Aslan's Zealot and Bart Ehrman's How Jesus Became God.
Other scholars, on the other hand, argue that the gospel accounts are "historicized mythology.
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