This is what Ehrman has to say concerning your religious mythology.<quoted text> His book not all that new. He is an expert. He is not Christian. He is agnostic who leans towards atheism. People are interested in Jesus, always have been. His judgements are accurate regarding Jesus mythers.
My faith -- based on the inspired words of the Bible -- came under assault. That was especially true when I realized that in many cases, we don't have the original words. We have copies that were made hundreds of years later -- in most cases, many hundreds of years later. And these copies are all different from one another.-Misquoting Jesus, the Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why, by Bart D. Ehrman
The more I studied the manuscript tradition of the New Testament, the more I realized just how radically the text had been altered over the years at the hands of scribes, who were not only conserving scripture but also changing it." - Misquoting Jesus, the Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why, by Bart D. Ehrman
"Doctrines such as the divinity of Jesus and Heaven and Hell are not based on anything Jesus or his earlier followers said. At least 19 of the 27 books in the New Testament are forgeries. Believing the Bible is infallible is not a condition for being a Christian." - Jesus, Interrupted - by Bart D. Ehrman
Will you disallow Ehrmans opinion now?