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Saturday, February 21, 2009

Best-Selling Author Endorses "Who Was Jesus?"

I've just posted a really great review of my book Who Was Jesus? Fingerprints of The Christ" by David Mills, author of the best-seller Atheist Universe. Along with Dawkins, Hitchens and others, David is one of the handful of writers who have been cited extensively during the past several years of the "atheist revolution."

Here are some of his comments concerning my book:

"Ms. Murdock is one of only a tiny number of scholars with the richly diverse academic background (and the necessary courage) to adequately address the question of whether Jesus Christ truly existed as a walking-talking figure in first-century Palestine. This question, and many others related to New Testament reliability, are directly confronted and satisfyingly answered in Who Was Jesus? I loved this book. It is absolutely superb in every way, from the eloquence of the writing to the integrity of the scholarship. This book should be required reading in every American classroom....

"My personal recommendation is that Who Was Jesus? should be the first book purchased and studied by anyone, atheist or true believer, who wants to debate Jesus' existence and the Bible's veracity.... You should therefore make this book priority reading even over The God Delusion, God is Not Great and other excellent but, in my opinion, less important books than Murdock's....

"To summarize: D.M. Murdock's Who Was Jesus? Fingerprints of The Christ is unquestionably one of the finest and most enjoyable books I've ever read."

David Mills
Author of Atheist Universe

For the whole thing - and to get your copy of Who Was Jesus? - be sure to go to:



Anonymous said...


You haven't been given well-documented historical facts that you'll find at:

Goose said...

Sorry to tell you this but MySpace disabled the links: "You have reached a link that is no longer in service. That means the link was very naughty, and, much like head lice, had to be eliminated before it spread." -- Todd

Acharya S said...

Thanks, Goose.

That's on other blog posts, and I'm told that it's sitewide for because MySpace is in competition with Google, who owns blogger/blogspot.

In other words, it's not just my blog. But this blog post links directly to my Stellar House website anyway, which isn't disabled.