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Deeper Waters Podcast 6/13/2015: Albert Mcilhenny

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  • Deeper Waters Podcast 6/13/2015: Albert Mcilhenny

    Prepare for a podcast on mythicism!

    The link can be found here.

    The text is as follows:

    What's coming up this Saturday on the Deeper Waters Podcast? Let's talk about it on Deeper Waters.

    Jesus mythicism is a virus that's practically spreading across the internet. Note it isn't doing so in the academy. There, the idea is pretty much a laughing stock. You wouldn't know that from being on the internet where a huge number of atheists hold to this idea that Jesus never even existed and think it's just an obvious truth. A few scholars like Maurice Casey and Bart Ehrman have taken the time to write against this, but for the most part, they haven't. Fortunately, there is someone, though not a scholar, who has taken the time to write an in-depth series on mythicism that is still in the works. That's my friend Albert Mcilhenny.

    Albert Mcilhenny.JPG

    According to his bio:

    Albert McIlhenny is a retired IT support technician with a BA in Mathematics from Temple University. He worked in the Information Technology field both in network support and in teaching classes to prepare for Microsoft and Cisco examinations. He became a Christian in 1992 and soon began using his lifelong interest in history, logical skills, and ability to process large volumes of information in a short period of time in his study of the history and development of the Christian faith. His interest in the subject of Jesus mythicism goes back to a chance encounter with a conspiracy theorist shortly after becoming a Christian. He is currently in the process of writing a series of e-books titled A Christian Response to Jesus Mythicism that critiques all aspects of this movement.

    I also wish to add to this bio that he blogs regularly at

    One of the biggest mistakes Albert would say he's made is in seeing the material that was used in the film Zeitgeist before it became extremely popular. He saw the material and thought that surely no one would take it that seriously. As it turns out, he could not have been more wrong. A lot of people did and that has sparked mythicism being a growing movement on the internet, but does it really have anything to it?

    In reality, it doesn't. Mcilhenny in his writings has traced the movement even going as far back as centuries ago when Jesus mythicism wasn't even on the radar to see what kind of thinking led to getting us to the state where Jesus mythicism would be popular. Mythicism meanwhile resides largely in the realm of conspiracy theorists and in fact he would affirm that if you are going ot be a mythicist, you eventually have to be a conspiracy theorist.

    As many of you know, I thoroughly enjoy talking about the bankruptcies of mythicism and exposing it for what it is. I hands down have to say that Albert's series on the topic is just incredible and thoroughly in-depth and there can be no doubt that he has done his homework on this area. If you are wanting to debate mythicists, then this series is a must read and each one can be read in a relatively short time. This episode will also be a must to listen to. Please be tuning in!

    In Christ,
    Nick Peters

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