Christ myth theory

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The Christ myth theory (also called the Jesus myth theory, Jesus Myth, and Christ Myth) in its broadest context refers to the idea that the person named Jesus referred in the Gospels is a myth. However since there are there is ambiguity in the meaning of the words myth[1][2] historical[3] and fiction[4] there is a large variance regarding how the Gospel Jesus is a myth.

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  1. Remsburg, John (1909) The Christ
  2. see J. W. Rogerson "Slippery words: Myth" in Dundes, 1984 Sacred narrative, readings in the theory of myth pg 62-71,
  3. Marshall, Ian Howard. I Believe in the Historical Jesus. Regent College Publishing, 2004, p. 27-29.
  4. See Price's four definitions in the Jesus: Fact or Fiction? debate between Dr. Robert Price and Rev. John Rankin