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Offline Petey

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Gospel Fictions
« on: September 25, 2013, 10:32:52 AM »
This book is fairly short and easy to read.  There are no complicated philosophical arguments, simply what the gospel writers wrote, why they wrote it, and where they "borrowed" their stories from.  Examples of gospel stories inspired by or directly copied from the Old Testament abound throughout the book, and provide the backbone of most of Helms' arguments.

Well researched and presented, I give this book a big thumbs up.
He never pays attention, he always knows the answer, and he can never tell you how he knows. We can't keep thrashing him. He is a bad example to the other pupils. There's no educating a smart boy.
-– Terry Pratchett, Thief of Time