Did Jesus Actually Exist? - Mike Lawrence (NotoriUK)  

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Presentation by Mike Lawrence at the Reason Coffee Shop & Bookstore: 'Did Jesus Actually Exist?' (2015)

Author and activist, Mike Lawrence presents the results of his exhaustive research into the origins of Jesus. Mike has unearthed evidence that Jesus was actually an invention based upon earlier mystical beliefs and then shoehorned into history to fall in line with certain events - chiefly the destruction of the Jewish Temple in 70 AD, and in this interview outlines the proof that can be found within religious and historical texts.

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Thank you to Neal Emery of Reason Coffee Shop & Bookstore for the kind use of this venue for this presentation. To contact Reason about giving a reason/science based talk, go to Reason Coffee Shop & Bookstore Facebook http://bit.ly/1Xtioxl

LINKS FOR MIKE LAWRENCE:

'Astonishing Credulity' by Mike Lawrence (3rd Edition e-book): http://amzn.to/2voqget (Amazon affiliate link)

Mike Lawrence on the July 11 2017 edition of the MYTHICIST MILWAUKEE podcast : The Jesus of the Gospels Did Not Exist http://bit.ly/2sTwqj4

Mike Lawrence's Website: NOTORI (Say No To Religious Indoctrination) http://www.notori.co.uk

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Shared on: 22 Dec 2018

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