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Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Who Was Jesus?

Good day, folks!

I am delighted to announce that my new ebook Who Was Jesus? is ready and available for immediate download! WWJ is not a long book - about 40 pages - so it should be easy to print out and read. Here's the link:

Here's what the 1984 Libertarian Party presidential candidate, David Bergland, Esq., has to say about Who Was Jesus?
"For those who prefer to learn the actual facts that constitute important events in
history, Who Was Jesus? is an eye-opener. It is a gateway to better understanding of the foundation of Christianity. What if that foundation were not what everyone knows?... If there is any reason to believe that the very foundations of the Christ story are not what you thought, wouldn't you want to know about it?

"Who Was Jesus? is a succinct and penetrating examination of the gospels and their internal contradictions as well as a critical look at how the Jesus story was put together by fallible humans. It does not claim to be the whole story. But it is a great beginning to your search for truth about the Jesus myth and the hopelessly muddled foundations of Christianity."
You will note that I am requesting a minimum of $5 donation for immediate access to this new ebook. If any of you are able to give more, I would be most grateful. I will be actively working to get this book ready for hard copy distribution, using print on demand, but I need time to do so.

Well, I sincerely hope you enjoy and/or are edified by my new ebook Who Was Jesus?


Anonymous said...

Dear Acharya S, the more appropriate question would be "Who IS Jesus?" And His answer is very simple (and, interestingly enough, appropriate to be known on your Web site): "I AM the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me." (John 14:6) The ultimate question that He is asking every one of us is: "Who do YOU say I am." (Matthew 16:15).

I pray that Jesus will bless your socks off :-)

Pepi (

"Whoever calls on the name of the Lord Shall be saved." (Acts 2:21)

Acharya S said...

Cute! Gee, I've never heard any of that before. And Lord Krishna said:

"I am in every way the origin of the gods and great sages. Of all mortals, he who knows me to be unborn, without beginning, the great lord of the world, being free from delusion, is released from all sins."

Golly gosh! Which fictional character should we believe?

I pray that Lord Krishna will have you dancing with gopis!

Anonymous said...

Over 28Millions people called on the name of the lord the IIWW .(Acts:2:21)..Did not help a bit,they been killed,and often in the name of the LORD.

Anonymous said...

I have been following your comments for a few months; and when you have come close to the "truth", you seem to back off. When one looks at TRUTH on the web,the word becomes unmanageable. Krishna's "origin of the gods" is close to the fact that all gods, from Ala to Zuse, are figments of imagination. The fact is: there are no gods and never have been!

Acharya S said...

Thanks. But I "seem to back off?" Wow! That's interesting, considering that one of the biggest observations - or "complaints," if you will - of my work is that it is "no holds barred."

So, you see a difference between saying that Jesus and Krishna are "fictional" and declaring them "figments of the imagination?" As far as I know, the dictionary defines terms both in the same way.

Anonymous said...

I read your page on "The Origins of Christianity and the Quest for the Historical Jesus Christ". The first footnote reads 'It should be noted that no such book [namely, 'Jesus:The Evidence' by Ian Wilson] would be needed if the existence of Jesus Christ as a historical figure were a proven fact accepted by all.'

Now I ask, does the fact that 'all' do not accept that the shoah ever happened make it an unproven non historical event?

Does the fact that not 'all' believe that death is the end of life geopardize the fact that death is death?

Does the fact that not 'all' believe that animals have no souls make them have one?

Does the fact that not 'all' think that the Earth is spherical render it flat?

Does the fact that not 'all' accept the veracity of an event make it non-existent?

Does the fact that some write books to prove the existence of somebody upon whom some others had written books on their non-existence mean that there is some doubt on their existence, or does it mean they want to answer the latter writers?

Acharya S said...

That is just one sentence and observation in a large body of work demonstrating that there is no credible scientific evidence for the existence of Jesus Christ.

Anonymous said...

Sigh, you know, whoever does nort believe in Jesus or God will burn in Hell! It makes me sad that you do not believe. I hope you do in the future. "See that you do not look down on one of the little ones. For I tell you that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father in heaven." Matthew 18:10 JESUS said. Read the HOLY BIBLE.

Acharya S said...

Sigh, you know, whoever does not believe in HERCULES will go to HADES!

Spare me the idiotic threats to coerce me to believe in the Jewish version of the sun god, please.