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The God Who Wasn’t There

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Written by Basil on 04/16/2006 2:00 PM. Filed under:

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Claiming to be a documentary on the level of Super Size Me and Bowling for Columbine, The God Who Wasn’t There aims to prove that Jesus of Nazareth never existed, that the pre-existing myths and legends that prefigure his coming prove that his story is fabricated.

Those of you revolted by such a claim may calmly and kindly go on to the next blog, please. Those of you without enough wits to calmly entertain the film should do the same. The rest of you (hopefully the majority of my educated, enlightened readers) need to get your hands on this DVD. Don’t buy it if you insist. (That would be “supporting the marketing machine.” Whatever.) My gut tells me this will be more popular than you may want to admit. It will certainly spawn questions that you will want to be able to answer.

Some things that jump out at me from the trailer:

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One Response to “The God Who Wasn’t There”

  1. Victoria Says:

    That “neener neener” tone always makes me crazy. If you’re *right*, you don’t need neener neener.

    Thanks for bringing this to everyone’s attention, and for your very sensible suggestions on dealing with it.