No. Go be a simp elsewhere.>>307764>being a little silly
Best to die standing alone, unafraid, and proud of one's secular
achievements rather than getting on your knees, kiking out, and brainlessly screeching "but muh feewings on dis reelijun r da best so we gotz ta purje dem haireticks!" Which is exactly what happened to the Cathars and a few thousand other schisms. Religion is a slowly increasing dose of poison that somehow never creates a working, functional, decent society of its own. Oh gee, what a wonder that is. Yes, I am my own champion.Are you implying that you are not your own champion, or simply put, a hypocrite? As well, how am I supposed to 'fight' events that occurred in the past? Laughable. Impossible. Implausible. Asinine.
Shitty red herring. Whom is being a little silly
You want sources? Here, have some reading material:
Roman History by Cassius Dio
The Histories by Tacitus
The Jewish War & The Antiquities by.... Yoseph ben Matthias! Also known as 'Josephus'. The 1959 Penguin edition has the most concise translation. Yes, a historical judenthat reported on the deaths of many, MANY kikes, especially dozens of 'Yehoshua' names.
The Jesus Report by Johannes Lehmann (1972 Souvenir Press)
Jesus by A.N. Wilson (1984)
A History of the Jews by Paul Johnson (1987 Phoenix Grant)
The Chalice & the Blade by Riane Eisler (1987 Harper Collins)
Judaism & Christianity by Leslie Houlden (1988 Routledge)
Moses Pharoah of Egypt by Ahmed Osman (1990 Grafton)
A Marginal Jew - Rethinking the Historical Jesus by John Meier (1991 Doubleday)
The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception by M. Baigent & R. Leigh (1992 Jonathan Cape)
The Christ Myth by Nicholas Carter (1993 Historical Review Press)
The Sacred Chain - A History of the Jews by Norman Cantor (1994 Harper Collins)
In Search of 'Ancient Israel' by Philip Davies (1995 Sheffield Academic Press)
Jesus One Hundred Years Before Christ by Alvar Ellegard (1999 Century)
The Changing Faces of Jesus by Geza Vermes (2000 Allen Lane)
The Fable of Christ by Luigi Cascioli (2001 self printed)
The Jesus the Jews Never Knew by Frank Zindler (2003)
Apocalypse - The Great Jewish Revolt Against Rome by Neil Faulkner (2004 Tempus)Don't call yourself """wise""" when your ignorance is on full fucking display.