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Conspiracies and the Cross: How to Intelligently Counter the Ten Most Popular Theories That attack the Gospel of Jesus

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Join Jones on a faith-strengthening journey through the remnants of long-faded civilizations as he examines historical evidence of the life of Jesus. Outlining 10 major conspiracy theories about the deity of Christ, he reveals the fallacies in each and examines the various media outlets—books, movies, documentaries—where these schemes have recently surfaced.

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Join Jones on a faith-strengthening journey through the remnants of long-faded civilizations as he examines historical evidence of the life of Jesus. Outlining 10 major conspiracy theories about the deity of Christ, he reveals the fallacies in each and examines the various media outlets—books, movies, documentaries—where these schemes have recently surfaced.

In “Conspiracies and the Cross”, Timothy Paul Jones has written a defense of Christianity against ten of the more popular attacks on Christian faith. These range from some of the scholar Bart Erhman’s textural inspired doubts to ideas of other scholars such as Elaine Pagels (Gnostic texts) and John Crossan (idea Jesus may not have been buried) to less serious (but possibly just as influential) attacks such as the Talpiot Tomb and the Jesus Myth ideas.

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