Besides pointing out a host of facts that Christians will no doubt find inconvenient, this book by Nicholas Carter sheds considerable light on the Jewish way of thinking, delving into their neurotic mentality to uncover the reasons behind the religions they invented, including Christianity and Judaism. Literature written at a time that would have been contemporary with Jesus contains no reference to him whatever. The four gospels were written in the middle of the 2nd century. Carter explains that the popularity of Christianity had much to do with the desperation of the great masses of people during the decay of the Roman Empire. A new Eastern magian religion would not have prospered during earlier days when Rome was White and strong. But during its latter days, Rome's miserable citizens were easy marks for a religion that promised them a Heaven after death.
212 pages ----- Soft Cover