posted on Mar, 2 2005 @ 06:58 PM
I have the feeling this may get moved to BTS,but it does fall into this topic.
That Jesus Christ never existed, while largely unknown to most lay Christians, is gaining credibility among scholars. Historians do not consider the
Gospels to be historically accurate accounts. The authors of the Gospels, writing 40 to 90 years after the supposed life of Christ, never intended for
their works to be read as biographies. There are no credible non-Christian references to Christ during the period in which he is said to have
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Flemming won the New York Times Claiborne Pell Award for Original Vision for his groundbreaking feature film Nothing So Strange, which was released
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Flemming is a former fundamentalist Christian. An in-depth interview with him is available in the first issue of The Beast newsletter. For a more
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This is a movie being made and set to be released 6-6-06
Like 'Passion of the Christ',I can see those in the religious community creating an uproar.
From what I have read on the site board, raises question with some facts at the possibility that Christ did not exist.
They have a messagboard that has discussion on looking for evidence of Christs' existance.One topic How much evidence is there that Jesus actually
existed? The answer may surprise you.
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