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UFOs, Ghosts, and a Rising God: Debunking the Resurrection of Jesus

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UFOs, Ghosts, and a Rising God: Debunking the Resurrection of Jesus
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Number of pages: 216

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At the dawn of the 21st century, interest in the origins of Christianity is as strong as ever. In UFOs, Ghosts, and a Rising God, Chris Hallquist examines what investigations of similar upstart cults have revealed, and then applies these revelations to the origins of the world's largest religion.

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