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Gabriel, Richard
Review of Jesus the Egyptian in in December 2009 E-Block
Galileo
Articles on his role vs the church here, and here.
Gambling
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.

  • Articles
    • 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.

  • Articles
    • 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.
God
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
Gospels
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
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