On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Proving History: Bayes's Theorem and the Quest for the Historical Jesus, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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The Christian Delusion, a book by John Loftus containing chapters by Richard Carrier debunking the resurrection of Jesus and the claim that Christianity is responsible for inventing modern science: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Features two chapters by Richard Carrier, on why we shouldn't believe Jesus rose from dead, nor that Christianity was responsible for modern science.

Sense and Goodness without God: A Defense of Metaphysical Naturalism, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Why I Am Not a Christian: Four Conclusive Reasons to Reject the Faith, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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The End of Christianity, a book by John Loftus containing chapters by Richard Carrier on how the origins of Christianity demonstrate it is false, how Bayesian reasoning proves there is no intelligent design in the origins of life or the universe, and how moral facts exist and science could conceivably discover them: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Features three chapters by Richard Carrier, on how its origins prove Christianity false, how the fine tuning argument proves God doesn't exist, and how moral truth can be discovered by science.

Not the Impossible Faith: Why Christianity Didn't Need a Miracle to Suceed, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Hitler Homer Bible Christ: The Historical Papers of Richard Carrier 1995-2013, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Christianity Is Not Great: How Faith Fails, a book by John Loftus containing chapters by Richard Carrier on the Dark Ages and Christianityt's responsibility for them, and on the pagan and anti-biblical origins of American democracy, and how the Constution was not based on the Ten Commandments but was in fact an attack on the very concept of commandments and almost all of the ten commandments specifically: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Features two chapters by Richard Carrier, on the Dark Ages and Christian responsibility for them, and on the pagan, anti-biblical origins of American democracy and how the U.S. Constitution was not based on but in fact deliberately overthrew the Ten Commandments.



The Empty Tomb: Jesus beyond the Grave, a book by Jeff Lowder and Robert Price containing chapters by Richard Carrier on three different theories of how the resurrection story originated, the idea that the body was stolen, the idea that the body was misplaced, and the idea that Jesus was originally believed to have risen in a new body, leaving the old one behind: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

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Features three chapters by Richard Carrier, showing it's more likely Jesus' body was stolen, misplaced, or never even missing (the original belief being that Jesus rose in a "different" body, leaving the other behnd).

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On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     Amazon
     • [ebook in development]

     • [audio in development]







Proving History: Bayes's Theorem and the Quest for the Historical Jesus, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Nook

     • Audible







Hitler Homer Bible Christ: The Historical Papers of Richard Carrier 1995-2013, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Audible







Sense and Goodness without God: A Defense of Metaphysical Naturalism, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     • Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Audible

     • Nook

     • PDF







Why I Am Not a Christian: Four Conclusive Reasons to Reject the Faith, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     • Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Audible







The Christian Delusion, a book by John Loftus containing chapters by Richard Carrier debunking the resurrection of Jesus and the claim that Christianity is responsible for inventing modern science: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     • Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Nook


  
  
Features two chapters by Richard Carrier, on why we shouldn't believe Jesus rose from dead, nor that Christianity was responsible for modern science.






The End of Christianity, a book by John Loftus containing chapters by Richard Carrier on how the origins of Christianity demonstrate it is false, how Bayesian reasoning proves there is no intelligent design in the origins of life or the universe, and how moral facts exist and science could conceivably discover them: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     • Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Nook

  
  
Features three chapters by Richard Carrier, on how its origins prove Christianity false, how the fine tuning argument proves God doesn't exist, and how moral truth can be discovered by science.






Christianity Is Not Great: How Faith Fails, a book by John Loftus containing chapters by Richard Carrier on the Dark Ages and Christianityt's responsibility for them, and on the pagan and anti-biblical origins of American democracy, and how the Constution was not based on the Ten Commandments but was in fact an attack on the very concept of commandments and almost all of the ten commandments specifically: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     • Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Nook

  
  
Features two chapters by Richard Carrier, on the Dark Ages and Christian responsibility for them, and on the pagan, anti-biblical origins of American democracy and how the U.S. Constitution was not based on but in fact deliberately overthrew the Ten Commandments.






Not the Impossible Faith: Why Christianity Didn't Need a Miracle to Suceed, a book by Richard Carrier: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     • Amazon
     • Kindle

     • Audible

     • ePub

     • Nook

     • PDF







The Empty Tomb: Jesus beyond the Grave, a book by Jeff Lowder and Robert Price containing chapters by Richard Carrier on three different theories of how the resurrection story originated, the idea that the body was stolen, the idea that the body was misplaced, and the idea that Jesus was originally believed to have risen in a new body, leaving the old one behind: the hyperlinks immediately following this image will take you to the various format options available to purchase.

     • Amazon
     • Kindle


  
  
Features three chapters by Richard Carrier, showing it's more likely Jesus' body was stolen, misplaced, or never even missing (the original belief being that Jesus rose in a "different" body, leaving the other behnd).