Update on Joseph Atwill’s Josephus Code

Posted By on October 23, 2013

I blogged recently about Joseph Atwill’s research, which asserts that Jesus was a Roman invention. Now that his PR launch (disguised as a conference) is history, I decided to post an update of some reviews of Atwill’s work.

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2 Responses to “Update on Joseph Atwill’s Josephus Code”

  1. blop2008 says:

    All these pet theories about Romans and Caesar are “monkey cabbage.”

  2. Tim says:

    Who is qualified to refute this work?
    Well, just about anyone capable of putting things in chronological order and reading in English.
    The two books in question are the Gospel stores (New Testament) and the War of the Jews by a nom de plume called Josephus.
    There are no other books so history professors can bow out.
    The hypothesis is that the events in these two works ascribed to Jesus and Titus are in fact similar in location, content and order.
    That’s it.
    So if you don’t have numeracy problems and you are literate in English go ahead and criticize this work.
    Tim

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