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The Nativity: A Critical Examination by Jonathan M.S. Pearce
The Nativity: A Critical Examination by Jonathan M.S. Pearce
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
When was Jesus born? What was his birth date? Where was he born and why was he born there? Who knew of his birth? How is Jesus related to biblical characters past? Who thought that baby Jesus was the messiah and why? What important historical events do you expect we should have records of if the bible accounts were accurate?

If you think you know the answers to these questions, think again.

Jonathan Pearce points out how, despite the heartwarming Christmas pageants we are all familiar with, there is no real cohesive narrative regarding the birth of Jesus. It appears that when they originally calculated the year of the nativity in the 6th century, they were averaging… Read more
The Little Book of Unholy Questions by Jonathan M. S. Pearce
The Little Book of Unholy Questions by Jonathan M. S. Pearce
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Every aspiring theologian ought to become familiar with the questions in this book, because folks are starting to ask the questions that they daren't speak aloud in generations past. I'd love to hear the answers to these questions from those who claim God speaks to them. Will they get the same answers as each other?

Can religious faith stand up to such probing questions as: Can you (God) get bored? Without sensory organs, how do you feel anything? Where did you (Jesus) get the male half of your genome from given that Mary had an immaculate conception? Were you naughty as a child? Did you ever lust after anybody? If you did not, then how can you claim to be fully man? When… Read more