By John G. Jackson
The cardinal doctrines of the Christian religion are 1) the "Fall of Man," 2) the "Atonement" through the mystical resurrection of Jesus Christ and 3) the Christian acceptance of his sacrifice to save the believer from eternal doom.
In this booklet the first two intertwined doctrines are traced to their origins in older religions. The historicity of Jesus Christ is rapidly scanned and revealed to be a composite of older tales about savior gods. The origin of the Trinity stories are carefully delineated, and the remarkable similarity between Krishna and Jesus is highlighted. The sun-gods and vegetation gods are compared.
32 pp. stapled.