There is a near universal majority of I’m Just A Girl Who Loves Volleyball Flowers shirt, Bible scholars, New Testament scholars, philologists, archaeologists, anthropologists, literature, folklore and oral history specialists, paleographers, linguistics scholars in Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, those in the field of the Classics, a Dead Sea scroll specialist or two, and many others—from atheist to Jew to liberal to fundamentalist Christian, who all agree Jesus existed. Over the last two hundred years, there has also been a small group called “mythicists” who have asserted there was no historical Jesus. Very few mythicists are scholars; I know of two currently. They tend to be exclusively atheistic with an anti-religious agenda and are often former Christian fundamentalists. They tend to rely on outdated biblical criticism, much of which was not highly respected even when it was new. Mythicists tend to sacrifice sound historical method in an attempt to discredit Christianity; their theories contain little to no historical support, and they often fail to respond to the historical evidence of the Jesus’ tradition with anything beyond dismissal. Because of all of this, most scholars see the mythicist theory as a conspiracy theory—a fringe theory—not a legitimate historical theory, and so it is mostly ignored.
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