Questioning the Historicity of Jesus: Why a Philosophical Analysis Elucidates the Historical Discourse
This volume explains the inadequacy of the sources and methods used to establish Jesus’ historicity, and how agnosticism can reasonably be upgraded to theorising about ahistoricity when reconsidering Christian origins.
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