Ep 10: Historical Jesus
The host is in the hot-seat. Anita Savage grills John Dickson on whether Jesus’ life is a matter of fact
This episode, we’ve put John Dickson in the hot seat to talk about his new book: Is Jesus History. Anita Savage is our guest host, and she grills John on one of the greatest questions out there: did Jesus really exist?
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Links related to this episode:
- Get John Dickson’s latest book Is Jesus History?
- Read more about the supposed ‘lost tomb of Jesus’ in this CNN report and watch James Cameron’s documentary here.
- Read more about the ‘lost gospel of Judas’ from the National Geographic Society.
- Jeffrey Archer’s fiction book, The Gospel According to Judas
- After The Da Vinci Code, John Dickson wrote several articles responding to some of the conspiracies theories that surrounded the movie and the life of Jesus. Here’s one of them from on The Secret Gospels.
- Read the article from Time Magazine listing Jesus as the most influential person of all time.
- In Episode 7 of Undeceptions, John interviewed Peter Williams, author of Can we trust the Gospels. You should definitely go back and listen to that episode if you enjoyed this one!
Get to know our guest host
Anita Savage is a TV and radio journalist who has worked for 2UE, Sky News, Channel 9, Bloomberg Television and ABC TV and radio. In 2019, Anita joined the Hope Media team to lead the new Hope Media News Service. She joins us for this episode of Undeceptions as guest host, interviewing John Dickson.
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