10/15/2012 8:25pm, #91
Virtually all modern scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed, and biblical scholars and classical historians regard theories of his non-existence as effectively refuted
10/15/2012 8:30pm, #92
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10/15/2012 8:38pm, #94
Fucking Cambridge and Oxford, who fucking listens to those idiots?GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
10/15/2012 8:38pm, #95
Fake, I see the problem as this & let me know what you think.
While historians have moved on, pop culture skepticism of Christ's existence is still clinging to Bultmann like a virgin to the boy who popped her cherry.
10/15/2012 8:57pm, #96
pages 35-36 states that the theories of non-existence of Jesus are "a thoroughly dead thesis"
Pages 35-36 are made available it references back to (Wells 1971)
Unfortunately the reference page with Wells on it isn't available.
So we have a reference that is back to 1971 unfortunately with out the reference its hard to dig deeper.
However I feel fine with not taking a statement from 1971 at face value.
10/15/2012 9:06pm, #97
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