Jesus, the Virgin Mary and the Apostles: can history answer the question that many people ask themselves - did they truly exist? A scientific analysis, through the comparison of "Holy Events" and secular historiography, can answer this question: the "Holy Texts" contain errors and absurdities that must be highlighted.

History, archeology, numismatics, critical research on evangelical texts and documents dating back to many centuries ago, all of which are still preserved in libraries, allow us to demonstrate the inexistence of the supernatural characters, Jesus and the Apostles ... Saint Paul first of all.

Today we are able to offer proof of the falsification of Tacitus's "testimony" regarding the persecution of Christians by Nero; and the same goes for Josephus's "testimony" in "Testimonium Flavianum" and with regard to the martyrdom of "James, brother of Jesus called Christ".

There are several "births" of Jesus narrated in the Gospels of Luke and Matthew, being that they were invented and, starting from the dating of "Publius Sulpicius Quirinius's census", we can prove wrong, through historical evidence, whoever attempts to rectify the contradictions related to these births.

The critical revision of the "Acts of the Apostles", when compared with the life of true characters reported in these writings, compromises the validity of this "document", which is downgraded to a foolish satirical pamphlet: the historical errors which it contains demonstrate the falseness of the interpretations attributed to imperial officials, who truly existed and are identifiable ...

This is what every history teacher must know before dealing with the topic of "Christianity", and it is important to be aware of this before kneeling under a statue or in front of a priest.




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