Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75516 Nov 26, 2012
There's no reason to bombard this forum with positive reviews of Murdock's book from experts, but I'll share the following review of Christ in Egypt:

This is no doubt the best book by this controversial author. Any and every fault, real or perceived, that one might have detected in The Christ Conspiracy was already absent from Suns of God, and it is hard even to remember them while one is reading Christ in Egypt.

I find myself in full agreement with Acharya S/D.M. Murdock:“we assert that Christianity constitutes Gnosticism historicized and Judaized, likewise representing a synthesis of Egyptian, Jewish and Greek religion and mythology, among others [including Buddhism, via King Asoka’s missionaries] from around the ‘known world’”(p. 278).“Christianity is largely the product of Egyptian religion being Judaized and historicized’(p. 482).

Robert M. Price is Professor of Biblical Criticism at the Center for Inquiry Institute as well as the editor of The Journal of Higher Criticism.

Price had early involvement in a fundamentalist Baptist church and was also a pastor at the First Baptist Church of Montclair.

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#75517 Nov 26, 2012
So why is it none of her findings are taught in any secular colleges? Why is it when anyone with a background in a field relative to the deity in question is asked about these parallels they say she is wrong? I mean no Egyptologist (for example) agrees with her assessments on the Egyptian pantheon. Why could that be? It's because she is a hack and a liar.
Myth Buster wrote:
There's no reason to bombard this forum with positive reviews of Murdock's book from experts, but I'll share the following review of Christ in Egypt:
This is no doubt the best book by this controversial author. Any and every fault, real or perceived, that one might have detected in The Christ Conspiracy was already absent from Suns of God, and it is hard even to remember them while one is reading Christ in Egypt.
I find myself in full agreement with Acharya S/D.M. Murdock:“we assert that Christianity constitutes Gnosticism historicized and Judaized, likewise representing a synthesis of Egyptian, Jewish and Greek religion and mythology, among others [including Buddhism, via King Asoka’s missionaries] from around the ‘known world’”(p. 278).“Christianity is largely the product of Egyptian religion being Judaized and historicized’(p. 482).
Robert M. Price is Professor of Biblical Criticism at the Center for Inquiry Institute as well as the editor of The Journal of Higher Criticism.
Price had early involvement in a fundamentalist Baptist church and was also a pastor at the First Baptist Church of Montclair.

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#75518 Nov 26, 2012
The only thing I could find on the site you provided that came close to a primary source was Murdock mentioning a Edfu inscription. Edfu is massive and without photograh, reproduction, or some how identifying it tuen it is a extremely vague reference. Most likely she has something to hide, has she even been to Edfu? You call me a liar? Prove it, cite the Egyptian texts that prove her claims about the Egyptian deities or admit you have nothing.
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75519 Nov 26, 2012
RN Student wrote:
Prove it, cite the Egyptian texts that prove her claims about the Egyptian deities or admit you have nothing.
Obviously, it's YOU who has nothing or you'd be presenting evidence that the universe was not just created by design, but created by the monstrous deity of Christian folklore so you instead criticize the author of a meticulously researched book on the Jesus myth.

You clearly don't have the guts to read Christ in Egypt or you wouldn't be asking such a question. You also didn't read the web page on her site with primary sources used in her book or Price's review with the following comment:

"The book is more extensive and encompassing than many dissertations I have read, containing over 900 sources and nearly 2,400 citations in several languages, including ancient Egyptian. The text abounds in long lost references many of them altogether new to English rendering, including de novo translations of difficult passages in handwritten German. This is the kind of thing that gives me, as a researcher, a migraine as soon as I see them coming in the distance!"

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#75520 Nov 26, 2012
And so you can't cite one of the Egyptian texts...you have nothing to cite. It seems like you can only copy and paste the reviews. Do you even own any of Murdock's books?
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously, it's YOU who has nothing or you'd be presenting evidence that the universe was not just created by design, but created by the monstrous deity of Christian folklore so you instead criticize the author of a meticulously researched book on the Jesus myth.
You clearly don't have the guts to read Christ in Egypt or you wouldn't be asking such a question. You also didn't read the web page on her site with primary sources used in her book or Price's review with the following comment:
"The book is more extensive and encompassing than many dissertations I have read, containing over 900 sources and nearly 2,400 citations in several languages, including ancient Egyptian. The text abounds in long lost references many of them altogether new to English rendering, including de novo translations of difficult passages in handwritten German. This is the kind of thing that gives me, as a researcher, a migraine as soon as I see them coming in the distance!"
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75521 Nov 26, 2012
RN Student wrote:
And so you can't cite one of the Egyptian texts...
You're an even bigger moron than I initially thought and a compulsive liar as well. You're just a typical lying Christian coward determined to waste your pitiful existence as a willing slave to Dark Ages dogma.

I've provided you with a link and included primary sources in Christ in Egypt in a previous post. In fact, I have electronic copies of all of Murdock's post.

I'm not going to spam this forum with her entire book or even the four pages on primary sources because you're a death-denying coward and too godbotic to accept irrefutable facts in contradiction to your programming, kid.

However, I'll share Murdock's comments on the hypocrisy of the religiously retarded like you in mindlessly adhering to your dogma-based indoctrination system without ever requesting any primary sources from your cult.

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#75522 Nov 26, 2012
If you could cite any primary sources to support her claims you would have done so to shove it in my face. Instead you've shown exactly what you have: nothing!
Myth Buster wrote:
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You're an even bigger moron than I initially thought and a compulsive liar as well. You're just a typical lying Christian coward determined to waste your pitiful existence as a willing slave to Dark Ages dogma.
I've provided you with a link and included primary sources in Christ in Egypt in a previous post. In fact, I have electronic copies of all of Murdock's post.
I'm not going to spam this forum with her entire book or even the four pages on primary sources because you're a death-denying coward and too godbotic to accept irrefutable facts in contradiction to your programming, kid.
However, I'll share Murdock's comments on the hypocrisy of the religiously retarded like you in mindlessly adhering to your dogma-based indoctrination system without ever requesting any primary sources from your cult.
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75523 Nov 27, 2012
RN Student wrote:
If you could cite any primary sources to support her claims you would have done so to shove it in my face.
I've previously provided you with the following link:

http://www.stellarhousepublishing.com/christi...

I also included the following text from this web page which you can shove down your own throat:

Murdock "uses thousands of primary source texts such as the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Pyramid Texts, the Coffin Texts, the Hebrew and Greek Old Testaments, the Greek New Testament, Coptic texts and the writings of the early Church fathers".

I'm not prepared to provide you with her "massive bibliography of over 900 sources, including books by respected publishers and peer-reviewed journals" because you're a death-denying coward who'd rather make a complete ass of yourself on an international forum with your compulsive Christian lying than seek professional help for your mental illness.

You're certifiably insane and should be in a lunatic asylum, kid.
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75524 Nov 27, 2012
Furthermore, you repeatedly humiliate yourself by demonstrating the blind hypocrisy of death-denying Christian cultists.

There has never been a single scientific observation in support of the juvenile concepts of mythical deities and afterlife fantasy-lands.

There are precious few documents supposedly in support of an historical Jesus and each is a blatant forgery because the barbarians who founded your cult were more concerned with document destruction. The website you cited has a lengthy discussion of these forgeries.

In reality, it's YOU who has nothing which is why your disingenuous cult is so obsessed with disparaging those for uncovering the truth.

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#75525 Nov 27, 2012
You still havn't cited an Egyptian text, you're just copying and pasting reviews. Typical Christ myther, you can only cite other Christ mythers.
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
I've previously provided you with the following link:
http://www.stellarhousepublishing.com/christi...
I also included the following text from this web page which you can shove down your own throat:
Murdock "uses thousands of primary source texts such as the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the Pyramid Texts, the Coffin Texts, the Hebrew and Greek Old Testaments, the Greek New Testament, Coptic texts and the writings of the early Church fathers".
I'm not prepared to provide you with her "massive bibliography of over 900 sources, including books by respected publishers and peer-reviewed journals" because you're a death-denying coward who'd rather make a complete ass of yourself on an international forum with your compulsive Christian lying than seek professional help for your mental illness.
You're certifiably insane and should be in a lunatic asylum, kid.
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75526 Nov 27, 2012
RN Student wrote:
You still havn't cited an Egyptian text
You're just making an ass of yourself, kid. It's not surprising that a death-denying coward like you doesn't have the guts to admit when you're wrong. In actual fact, I just cited an Egyptian text from the author's website not a review. I'm not going to copy and paste her book because you're not man enough to read it.

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#75527 Nov 27, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
You're just making an ass of yourself, kid. It's not surprising that a death-denying coward like you doesn't have the guts to admit when you're wrong. In actual fact, I just cited an Egyptian text from the author's website not a review. I'm not going to copy and paste her book because you're not man enough to read it.
Egyptian Book of the Dead, third Hymn of Osiris. Not hard to do but apparently it's beyond your ability.
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75528 Nov 27, 2012
RN Student wrote:
Egyptian Book of the Dead
Once again, you're simply making a complete ass of yourself because you got nothing to offer in defense of your self-degrading cultist lifestyle. This primary source has been listed on several occasions.

It's time for YOU to provide a single scientific observation in support of the juvenile god hypothesis and primary source material in support of an historical Jesus or seek the professional help you desperately need, kid.

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#75529 Nov 27, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
Once again, you're simply making a complete ass of yourself because you got nothing to offer in defense of your self-degrading cultist lifestyle. This primary source has been listed on several occasions.
It's time for YOU to provide a single scientific observation in support of the juvenile god hypothesis and primary source material in support of an historical Jesus or seek the professional help you desperately need, kid.
You're still not citing a text and passage. What's the matter, can't do it. Are Murdock's citations too vague?
Gray Boxer

New York, NY

#75530 Nov 27, 2012
RN Student wrote:
<quoted text>
You're still not citing a text and passage. What's the matter, can't do it. Are Murdock's citations too vague?
Oh no not another Murdock mythicist! We asked our college professor who isn't shy about admitting he's an atheist what he thinks of Murdock/Archaya and what he said was really funny, and really revealing about her lack of academic standing.

To paraphrase, he said that he doesn't believe that Jesus rose from the dead, but any atheist, agnostic, or anti-theist who thinks Murdock is a credible scholar is more deluded than Christians! He chopped up Murdock's claims for a whole class period and said he wouldn't order her books for anything other than toilet paper! We were laughing our butts off!

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#75531 Nov 27, 2012
Gray Boxer wrote:
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Oh no not another Murdock mythicist! We asked our college professor who isn't shy about admitting he's an atheist what he thinks of Murdock/Archaya and what he said was really funny, and really revealing about her lack of academic standing.
To paraphrase, he said that he doesn't believe that Jesus rose from the dead, but any atheist, agnostic, or anti-theist who thinks Murdock is a credible scholar is more deluded than Christians! He chopped up Murdock's claims for a whole class period and said he wouldn't order her books for anything other than toilet paper! We were laughing our butts off!
Myth Buster would probably call your professor a Christian liar or repost Murdock's website. I know she is a hack and calling her a scholar is like calling Richard Dawkins a Christian.
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75532 Nov 27, 2012
RN Student wrote:
You're still not citing a text and passage.
Read her book if you have the guts, kid.
Myth Buster

Phoenix, AZ

#75533 Nov 27, 2012
Gray Boxer wrote:
he said that he doesn't believe that Jesus rose from the dead
Mythical characters from fictional books don't exist to be resurrected so your story about an atheist professor is suspect especially when taking into consideration your username.

Regardless, there's a certain amount of speculative work in Murdock's books due to the destruction of many primary sources by the barbarians who founded the Christian cult and sought to coverup their plagiarization. Nevertheless, she doublechecks particularly controversial facts.

There's absolutely no disputing that Murdock is correct and mankind's most cherished and fervently held religious beliefs are rooted firmly in human creation based on natural phenomena, without the need for supernatural genesis.

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#75534 Nov 27, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
Mythical characters from fictional books don't exist to be resurrected so your story about an atheist professor is suspect especially when taking into consideration your username.
Regardless, there's a certain amount of speculative work in Murdock's books due to the destruction of many primary sources by the barbarians who founded the Christian cult and sought to coverup their plagiarization. Nevertheless, she doublechecks particularly controversial facts.
There's absolutely no disputing that Murdock is correct and mankind's most cherished and fervently held religious beliefs are rooted firmly in human creation based on natural phenomena, without the need for supernatural genesis.
You didn't address the part where the professor said he/she would only use Murdock's books for toilet paper, Murdock has no standing in the academic community, and that the professor picked apart all her claims. Imagine that, an atheist professer also admits she is a hack! Funny you completely skipped that part. Selective reading anyone? LOL!
Gray Boxer

New York, NY

#75535 Nov 27, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
Mythical characters from fictional books don't exist to be resurrected so your story about an atheist professor is suspect especially when taking into consideration your username.
Regardless, there's a certain amount of speculative work in Murdock's books due to the destruction of many primary sources by the barbarians who founded the Christian cult and sought to coverup their plagiarization. Nevertheless, she doublechecks particularly controversial facts.
There's absolutely no disputing that Murdock is correct and mankind's most cherished and fervently held religious beliefs are rooted firmly in human creation based on natural phenomena, without the need for supernatural genesis.
What does my user name have to do with this conversation?

Red herring.

What sources did the founders of Christianity allegedly destroy?

Murdock isn't even close to correct so yes it is a dispute.

Do you think before you post? Not very intelligent are you?

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