Christ myth theory
The Christ myth theory is a fringe theory, supported by few Biblical historians nor Biblical scholars.[web 1][q 1] It deviates from the main historical view, which is that a historical Jesus who was crucified in the 1st-century Roman province of Judea.
Notes[change | change source]
- Gullotta (2017): "[Per Jesus mythicism] Given the fringe status of these theories, the vast majority have remained unnoticed and unaddressed within scholarly circles."
References[change | change source]
- Van Voorst
- Remsburg, John (1909) The Christ
- see J. W. Rogerson "Slippery words: Myth" in Dundes, 1984 Sacred narrative, readings in the theory of myth pg 62-71,
- Marshall, Ian Howard. I Believe in the Historical Jesus. Regent College Publishing, 2004, p. 27-29.
- See Price's four definitions in the Jesus: Fact or Fiction? debate between Dr. Robert Price and Rev. John Rankin