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The Historical Jesus by J. M. Robertson

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The Historical Jesus
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Publisher: Watts & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B01DWQU1AM
Number of pages: 232

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Robertson was an advocate of the Jesus-Myth theory, and in several books he argued against the historicity of Jesus. According to Robertson, the character of Jesus in the New Testament developed from a Jewish cult of Joshua, whom he identifies as a solar deity.

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