Joseph Atwill – Caesar’s Messiah, The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus

February 18, 2012
Joseph Atwill is an independent scholar who has set the world of New Testament scholarship in a new direction. In his book “Caesar’s Messiah – The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus”, Atwill outlines the series of events in Jesus’ ministry that are parallels with the events of the battle campaign of Titus Flavius as recorded by Josephus Flavius in “War of the Jews”. Numerous scholars had noticed the parallels between the Gospels and Josephus’ work before, but Atwill is the first to notice that all the parallels take place in exact sequence and draw a revolutionary conclusion. Follow along in this program as Atwill contends these correlations, talks about linguistic typology and the reasons why the imperial Cult of Rome, with the Flavians at the center, wanted to invent the story of Jesus Christ for their own benefit.

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Relevant links
Josephus (Titus Flavius Josephus)
Linguistic typology
“Render unto Caesar…”
Pontifex Maximus
House of Borgia
Christmas and the ancient winter festivals of light around the world

Books & Films
Caesar’s Messiah and more

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