The Shields Gazette apparently has a circulation of about 100,000, throughout the South Shields area in northeast England. As I understand it, the phones in South Shields were evidently lighting up all over the place in response to this article.
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My book The Christ Conspiracy uses a wide variety of sources, including primary texts such as the Bible and the writings of early Church fathers, to demonstrate that a multinational cabal created the figure of "Jesus Christ" and the gospel story in order to unify the Roman Empire under one state religion.