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Jesus: Mything in Action, Vol. II (The Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion Book 3) by [Fitzgerald, David]
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David Fitzgerald’s award-winning 2010 book Nailed: Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All pointed out the top ten fatal flaws of Christianity’s origin story. Now, Jesus: Mything in Action presents the most compelling new findings in Jesus Myth theory and critically examines its controversial reception by biblical scholars, the extent and reliability of our sources for Jesus, and reveals the surprising history behind Jesus’ evolution.

In this volume:
Mything in Action, vol. II (chapters 13 – 18) discusses the changing Jesus from even before the earliest Christians, to Paul, to the Book of Hebrews, to the Gospels and beyond: the construction (and deconstruction) of the Gospels; how Jesus is presented in the rest of the New Testament; and examines the historical sources for Jesus outside of the Bible.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent follow-up to vol. I! 31 March 2017
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As was the case with the first volume, I found it hard to put it down! I finished the book in record time! Having read many other books on the topic, such as Carrier's "On the Historicity of Jesus", I found much of the same material, but also some new. The context of each supposed mention of Jesus in text, helped a lot. Once again, I found the writing to be very enjoyable and informative. The whole series would be a very good initial read on the subject. A follow-up with Carrier's book would complete a layman's understanding of the subject, I think.
5.0 out of 5 stars The Milk Carton On The Cover Is A Fitting Metaphor 26 May 2017
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"Jesus:Mything In Action" tackles the subject of the existence of a "Historical Jesus" and covers the subject with a depth of knowledge and breadth of research that is astounding. When I say "In Depth" I mean it. In making his case "Nailed" (Fitzgerald's first book on the subject) can be considered the Brief, "Mything" is the complete case with evidence. And it's overwhelming.

Fitzgerald writes in a way that is entertaining, interesting and informative without being scholarly and dry. Without a doubt it's the most complete and understandable book on the Bible I've read.

If you want an overview and are not willing to go further, read "Nailed". If you have read "Nailed" and want to go further and deeper into a very interesting subject (and I believe you will), "Mything" is a fascinating and rewarding read.
5.0 out of 5 stars Questioning, Convincing and Compelling. 25 April 2017
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a well researched and well presented study which questions every aspect of the writings regarded as 'gospels'. without being offensive or aggressive Fitzgerald presents a detailed and clear analysis of his subject. Clear reference is given to the believers as well as to the questioners. Each side receives similar fair consideration. Fitzgerald finds strongly on the side of manipulated myth. I found his work convincing and compelling. Do not speed-read or skim this work if you open it. It is not a light read; it is packed with thoughts and ideas worthy of a slow read and fair consideration from the reader. Well done Mr Fitzgerald.
3.0 out of 5 stars Volume 2 in trilogy 1 May 2017
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Author continues examination of the rest of the Bible looking for a historic Jesus. Nicely done and well documented. Perhaps a little to joyful for believers. Should be required reading in all world history classes. It can be a difficult read for those unfamiliar with subject.
5.0 out of 5 stars Long Awaited and Worth it, Volume II 29 April 2017
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Most of the material in this book summarizes more scholarly studies by other Jesus Mythicists, but David Fitzgerald presents it in a different way so that it is easier to read, and more fun. His evidence is overwhelming, and the logic is compelling. I waited a long time for Mything in Action, and the book was worth it.