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This Wiki is a collaborative project aimed at explaining the mainstream historical consensus about the historicity of Jesus, and addressing pseudoscholarly and fringe claims to the effect that there was never a historical Jesus of Nazareth.

Sibling Site: TalkHistoricity:_The_Case_for_a_Historical_Jesus_Wiki

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    Chazpres

    Chazpres

    Hi Prof McGrath. Thanks for the welcome. I'm a little unclear on the procedures now. Do you want us to post ideas for content on your blog... 

    ReligionProf

    ReligionProf

    Since I have not yet even come up with an outline of content, it is entirely up to you what to do here! :-)  I have no problem if people want... 

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    Comment: Chazpres is now reduced to claiming that Bible references would be 'obscure' to people who had read the Bible.... Well, he might be ignorant of the...
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    Comment: "Philo doesn't, just like Tacitus doesn't tell his readers that he was writing about Jesus." Oh, I see. Even though Philo's reference here is obscure...
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    Comment: 'Regarding the Logos named Jesus, there's no shortage of quotations from Richard Carrier making this claim. ' Please quote Carrier saying that Philo...

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