Tag Archives: Messianism

The Triumph of the Christ Myth

Nicholas Carter The story of the salvation-deity is one of the oldest myths in the recorded history of mankind. Prior to the emergence of the Christ, there was hardly a god in four continents who hadn’t been born of a … Continue reading

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The New Messianism

Nicholas Carter The blackest hole in the cosmos of Western civilization is the first century of the era beginning Anno Domini 1. The West has been so thoroughly Christianized for so long with Bibles and Testaments and wondrous myths supporting … Continue reading

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The Messianic Age

Nicholas Carter The artfully Christianized New Testament tells us that a brand new mystery religion called Christianity was suddenly thrust from the chaotic bowels of Palestine nearly 2000 years ago. This unusual cult – unique in the sense that the … Continue reading

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Christian Enigmas

Nicholas Carter I slipped the aboriginal bonds of Christology a long time ago. When I last visited a church (in 1945, I recall), I was bombarded with a hellfire and damnation sermon. “You [meaning each of us in attendance] are … Continue reading

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