Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth

John G. Jackson

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Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth

Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth The Jesus Puzzle

  • Title: Pagan Origins of the Christ Myth
  • Author: John G. Jackson
  • ISBN: 9780910309530
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Miss Makaveli on said:

      This is a wonderful piece of work for pagans and for anyone seeking truth when it comes to paganism and the founding of Christianity. Full of tangible fact from start to finish, the author is direct and to the point in the Pagan origins of Christianity. Very well researched and documented, he shares his work not only by giving his word, but also giving references and clear citations for any whom may doubt his research. As a Kemetic Pagan I found this book to be particularly interesting, as Chris [...]

    2. Beth Hallman on said:

      Information packed essay. I found it incredibly useful for research and personally enlightening.

    3. Morgan on said:

      John G. Jackson's study in comparative religion lays it out plain and simple: Christianity is a synthesis of pre-existing religions. You don't need to be Da Vinci or Dan Brown to figure that one out. Jackson packs it in to this tight little book that's simply a joy to read, turning academic research into veritable prose and making connections between people's ancient stories—stories that once explained the whys and hows of nature and human nature and have since spun out of whack. The Torah, Bi [...]

    4. Kaboni Bailey on said:

      Great book. Gives you background about the pagan religious structure into now, and also compares and contrast dieties in a respectful light. Also, the truth was stated, and I'm glad that it was, that the baby of the Virgin was black.

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