Ch. 14 reiterates many arguments from past chapters, and we will not rehash answers here; they’ll stay in the prior chapters. More generally, J. P Moreland offered a sort of miniature argument like my own impossible faith premise, one the reader will note Price responded to with his usual lack of rigor; and to that extent his own reactions to Moreland are more chasing the wrong horse and/or ineffectual, and we consider them already answered in our response there.

Otherwise all I can say is that Price far better describes his own methods when he says: “If it might convince some idiot out there, then by all means use it.” Such words well describe someone who stumps for such lunacy as the Christ myth!

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