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Hi, I’m Ken Thackerey and author of the THE CHRISTIANITY MYTH. You can read the first 3 chapters for free at https://keebostick.wordpress.com/2015...

My general background is very conventional. I’m married with three kids and I live in semi-detached suburbia. I’ve been “retired” now for twenty years and I have to confess to a life-long disinterest in sport – any sport, all sport!! This complete lack of interest is probably because I have few if any “herd-instincts”. Other than that, I think I’m relatively normal, My likes include long country walks and the freedom to think the un-thinkable and my dislikes include sport, anchovies, sport, aubergines and, oh yes, did I mention sport?

My working background was scientific in nature and many would
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K.A.G. Thackerey Don't spend too much money promoting your book before you've had it professionally reviewed. If the reviews are positive, or at least acceptable, then…moreDon't spend too much money promoting your book before you've had it professionally reviewed. If the reviews are positive, or at least acceptable, then start promoting your book. Otherwise, write a better book(less)
K.A.G. Thackerey Researched early Christianity in the hope that a better understanding of what happened 2000 years ago would help me become a Christian. It didn't.…moreResearched early Christianity in the hope that a better understanding of what happened 2000 years ago would help me become a Christian. It didn't. Instead, a slightly informed church-going agnostic ended up a better informed church-going atheist.

I wrote the book to chronicle my intellectual journey from agnostic to atheist and to explain why we now have a major world religion based entirely on a Jerusalem resurrection that never happened.

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[image error]Two billion Christians believe Jesus was crucified in Jerusalem 2000 years ago and then resurrected from the dead on the third day. This belief is based on Gospel evidence which Christians claim actually proves Jesus was resurrected in Jerusalem. This Gospel evidence also happens to be the only evidence Christians have. However, as I will now demonstrate, this Gospel evidence does...

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