Jesus Never Lived! Volume 2 Jesus and Plato on Hell
In our series on the nonexistence of Jesus Christ the main evidence is found in “Jesus Never Lived! Volume 1 Jesus Christ: A Pagan Myth.” “Jesus Never Lived! Volume 2 Jesus and Plato on Hell” is a supplemental volume which examines the Pagan views on how one is saved and on the afterlife as found in Plato and the Stoic writings of Seneca. These pagan views are then compared with the Christian views found in the Gospel of Mark and in the letters of Paul. Our conclusion is that Christian views on salvation and the nature of the afterlife were derived from the pagan world, thus providing more evidence for the mythical Jesus. Jesus Christ never lived. Jesus is a pagan myth. Christ is a literary fiction. “Jesus Never Lived! Volume 2 Jesus and Plato on Hell” answers the following questions: PART 1 Do good deeds alone save people? Faith and good deeds? Faith alone? Do bloody sacrifices save us? Was not the mythical Jesus a bloody sacrifice? PART 2 Why does a good and powerful God not destroy evil? PART 3 Is there a Hell and Heaven? Do human beings have free will or does God determine everything? Why did the mythical Jesus believe that all non-Christians go to Hell? Why did mythical Jesus believe that most Christians go to Hell? Is it moral for God to trick humans so that they will go to Hell? Why did Christians borrow the beliefs on salvation and on the afterlife from the ancient pagans? Why did Thomas Jefferson believe that institutionalized Christianity was “a perverted religion?” For more, see the Look Inside feature for the Table of Contents, etc. Also, see: “Jesus Never Lived! Volume 1 Jesus Christ: A Pagan Myth”: provides evidence for the idea that the origin of Christianity was pagan. Jesus never existed; he was the pagan creation of some of the Paulinists (followers of the apostle Paul). “Jesus Never Lived! Volume 3 The Pagan Morals of Jesus Christ” provides supplementary evidence that Jesus is a pagan myth by showing that Christian ethics were derived from the pagan world, particularly from the Roman Stoics.