Not the Impossible Faith: Why Christianity Didnt Need a Miracle to Succeed [Audiobook]

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Not the Impossible Faith: Why Christianity Didnt Need a Miracle to Succeed [Audiobook] by Richard Carrier
English | June 27, 2013 | ASIN: B00DOF44BO | M4B@64 kbps | 12 hrs 49 mins | 350 MB
Narrator: Richard Carrier

Not the Impossible Faith is a tour de force in that genre, dissecting and refuting the oft-repeated claim that Christianity could not have succeeded in the ancient world unless it was true. Though framed as a detailed rebuttal to Christian apologist J.P. Holding (author of The Impossible Faith), Carrier takes a general approach that educates the listener on the history and sociology of the ancient world, answering many questions like: How did Christians approach evidence? Was there a widespread prejudice against the testimony of women? Was resurrection such a radical idea? Who would worship a crucified criminal? And much more.

Written with occasional humor and an easy style, and thoroughly referenced, with many entertaining "gotcha!" moments, Not the Impossible Faith is a must-listen for anyone interested in the origins of Christianity. Richard Carrier, PhD, is an expert in the history of the ancient world and a critic of Christian attempts to distort history in defense of their faith.


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