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Contents Acknowledgments Foreword Introduction: A Tale of Two Jesus Stories¿Christianity versus Jesusanity 1. Claim 1: The Original New Testament Has Been Corrupted by Copyists So Badly That It Can¿t Be Recovered 2. Claim 2: Those Secret Gnostic Gospels Such as Judas Show the Existence of Early Alternative Christianities 3. Claim 3: The Gospel of Thomas Radically Alters Our Understanding of the Real Jesus 4. Claim 4: Jesus¿s Message Was Fundamentally Political and Social 5. Claim 5: Paul Took Captive the Original Movement of Jesus and James, Moving It from a Jewish Reform Effort to a Movement That Exalted Jesus and Included Gentiles 6. Claim 6: Jesus¿s Tomb Has Been Found and His Resurrection and Ascension Did Not Involve a Physical Departure Conclusion: A Look at Some Popular Claims about Jesus Works Cited
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Jesus Christ -- Historicity.