Luigi Cascioli - "The Fable of Christ"

Luigi Cascioli, author of a book called The Fable of Christ, has brought a lawsuit in Italy against a priest for "abuse of popular credulity."

Father Enrico Reghi's alleged offense? Claiming that Jesus Christ existed.

Learn more about this specific case by clicking here.

So...did Jesus exist? It's quite possible that he did not.

Before Jesus, there were other savior figures whose myths inspired entire religions. The legends of these pagan "savior gods" (such as Attis, Mithras and Osiris) were clearly in circulation long before Jesus is said to have lived.

In this clip from The God Who Wasn't There, Jesus Seminar fellow Robert M. Price tells us the excuse that early church fathers offered for this very inconvenient fact. Price is a former fundamentalist Christian who, upon investigating his religion in seminary, became convinced that Jesus Christ most likely did not exist at all.

Discover the facts for yourself. See the movie that Newsweek says "irreverently lays out the case that Jesus Christ never existed."

The DVD of this illuminating film is available now.

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"Provocative -- to put it mildly"
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