Dead, Buried – and Likely to be Believed Resurrected

Dead, Buried – and Likely to be Believed Resurrected June 22, 2012

Thom Stark posted “It Is Finished for Richard Carrier’s Dying Messiah: Part 2.”

Joel Watts linked to it with the title “Thom Stark buries Richard Carrier.” Joel also shared 11Q Melchizedek and Wisdom of Solomon as relevant ancient texts to the discussion.

So apparently the argument is dead and buried. But I suspect that mythicists will at some point come to believe that it has been resurrected. Whether it will actually have been resurrected is another matter.

Somehow this reminds me of another discussion, in ways that I suspect that mythicists may not appreciate the irony of…

 

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