Recommended book for 2015-July
The Songs of Galileo: Book 1: Voice of God
Mark Fulton, MD. "Get over Christianiity by understanding it." 686 pages.
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$24.99 plus postage in Paperback,
or $7.82 in Kindle format.
Amazon.com customers have given this book a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars.
Amazon.com book description:
"Mark Fulton’s book 'Get over Christianity by Understanding it' questions the origins of Christianity through an exploration of who the Biblical players were, and the authors' motives. The book reveals many obscure facts, and exposes a large number of fictions for what they are. The book's conclusions are based on assessments of primary sources such as the Bible itself, as well as the opinions of numerous respected historians, and are the product of many years of exhaustive investigation.
The book concludes that the Old Testament is largely fabricated, is profoundly immoral, and has been the primary cause of much human suffering and ideological baggage.
Fulton thinks that Jesus may have existed; yet that the man described in the Gospels is not a true depiction. He thinks Jesus was actually a fundamentalist Jewish zealot, and not a Christian, and that Jesus had no delusions that he was the Son of God, and no wish to die for humanity’s sins. Instead, Fulton has Jesus as a hopeful Jewish messiah who tried to start a war with the Roman garrison in Jerusalem, yet was outmanoeuvred and crucified before his ambitions had a chance to come to fruition.
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Originally written: 2009-MAY-03
Latest update: 2015-MAY-03
Author: B.A. Robinson