In Inventing Jesus: The New Testament Narrative as Fiction, I will demonstrate that a historical Jesus never existed, nor did virtually all of the characters in the New Testament. The Gospel writers, especially the author of Mark, used free-floating notions of a son of God somewhere up in the sky and rounded out the fictional character by plagiarizing Egyptian and Greek literature.


Inventing Jesus is divided into "Reasons" instead of chapters. There are 19 Reasons offered to explain why Jesus was not a historical character. (See "Contents" on the following page.)


Inventing Jesus is the product of years of research boiled down to 297 pages of text, sprinkled with illustrations, maps, and charts. Fully sourced with endnotes. The book's font is very readable.

Inventing Jesus: The New Testament Narrative as Fiction

The Book


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