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- Gabriel, Richard
- Review of Jesus the Egyptian in in December 2009 E-Block
- Articles on his role vs the church here, and here.
- Some comments.
- Gandy, Peter
- Co-author of the Jesus Mysteries pagan copycat book. For issues related to copycat charges, see the name of the alleged copycatted deity.
- Review of The Jesus Mysteries.
- Review of Jesus and the Lost Goddess.
- Review of The Laughing Jesus.
- The Gospel of the Second Coming, mini-review: This book has Jesus-the-literary-mouthpiece praising Freke and Gandy's previous works, written as a gnostic parable with walk-on parts by historical figures "admitting" they made stuff up, e.g. Eusebius wrote Josephus' Testimonium. There's an introduction by "Professor Faye Kinnit" (sic), a disclaimer that reads: Do Not Believe Everything You Read (spelt backwards in a funny script), really odd language (yes, they really put four letter Anglo-Saxonisms into Jesus' mouth), unsubtle sexual references, and what can only be called temper tantrums. We have to call this one little more than a blasphemous rant.
- Was Paul a Gnostic?
- Gardner, Laurence
- Author of some very peculiar books.
- Review of Bloodline of the Holy Grail
- Some stuff on the bogus Prince Michael of Albany
- Review of Genesis of the Grail Kings
- Review of Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark
- Review of The Magdalene Legacy
- Gardner, Martin
- Review of Did Adam and Eve Have Navels?
- Garretto, Vince
- Webmaster of "Free Christians," a self-proclaimed liberal/universalist site, and also he doesn't like apologetics. Our response here.
- Gerkin, Kyle
- Secular Web part-time denizen. We are e-friends and I put him in the Top 3 of Reasonable Skeptics I Have Encountered. See our Scholarly Diplomacy Project which we introduce here and which is now in session here
- Ghounem, Mohammad
- Muslim apologist.
- Gibbon, Edward
- Commonly used by Skeptics for his anti-Christian comments in Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Unfortunately it's a very bad source on science and religion. James Hannam reports in his journal: The best man at my wedding likes to tease me that I'm the only person who has actually read this from cover to cover. I doubt that's the case because it is riveting stuff. It is also almost completely wrong. So many anti-Christian myths began here. Christian's destroying the library of Alexandria, Eusebius's dishonesty, Christianity causing the 'Dark Ages' etc. etc. Gibbon has a lot to answer for. The combination of his enormous erudition, beautiful style, biting wit and enlightenment agenda are a potent combination.
- Gibson, Sam
- See Cygnus' Study.
- Giles, Kevin
- Author of a book on the Trinity; response here.
- All of these are off site except those marked with **.
- Gomes, Peter
- Review of The Scandalous Gospel of Jesus in in November 2009 E-Block
- A very broad subject -- look for defenses of individual books under book names.
- Gospel of the Holy Twelve
- Fabricated gospel document of the 19th century. Comments here.
- Gospel of Peter
- On the Gospel of Peter [Off Site]
- Gospel of Thomas
- Alleged "lost book" of the Bible favored by the Jesus Seminar
- Graham, Lloyd M.
- Author of Deceptions and Myths of the Bible. Comments here.
- Graves, Kersey
- Christ-myth source so non-credible that the Secular Web issues a warning about trusting him.
- Green, Ruth Hurmence
- Review of Born Again Skeptic's Guide to the Bible by Jeffrey Stueber
- Greenberg, Gary
- Author of 101 Myths of the Bible, reviewed in detail here.
- Gulley, Philip
- Co-author of If Grace is True, reviewed here