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Jesus Christ
Billy Taylor III
Business Communications-critical thinking
July, 19, 2012
Michael Strozzo

Jesus Christ
For centuries the Christian Religion is based on belief and biblical scriptures. Several religions or beliefs have branched from Christianity and are even discrediting Jesus Christ of his supernatural existence. Atheist’s who have evolved through the millennia, believe in abstinence from Jesus Christ and are trying to destroy the Christian belief.

According to, an article written by Cobourg Atheist the article quotes Josephus in a description of what is supposed to be description of Jesus Christ. Thus, reiterates by stating “yes, there was a man called Jesus who lived around 30AD but he is not what is described in the bible” (Draper, 2009, para.1). Moreover the article contradicts that Jesus Christ never lived in Bethlehem and was not born where the King James Bible stated he did. Finally the author concludes with insulting statements of “the Jesus we think we know simply does not exist,” and referred the King James holy Bible authors seeking publicity by preachers taking advantage of them!” (Para. 4).

First the credibility of this source is inadequate because the Atheist belief has abolished Jesus Christ completely. Any religion will practice loyalty to one’s own thinking, especially when Christianity was born on faith alone. Furthermore, this statement was not factual, therefore has zero validity because everyone knows the bible is spoken metaphorically based on interpretation. Second if Jesus Christ was not how the bible proclaimed explain (Acts,10:38, Kings James version) that states, “How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost and with power: who went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil; for God was with him” (King James, 2010, p.48). Next the author states that Jesus Christ was not born in Bethlehem except, according to the King James holly bible, (Matthew, 2-12)...
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