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  • verb rare, dialect Alternative spelling of mither.


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  • Moreover, my interest has come from reading Carrier and Price, not from Doherty or the internet myther bloggers.

    Diglotting and Debunking Jesus Mythicism James F. McGrath 2009

  • Not even the most ardent Jesus-myther would ever ask for evidence for each and every Gospel character before accepting that any of them existed.

    Inerrancy, Historicity, Maximalism and Minimalism James F. McGrath 2009

  • I forgot to mention that I debated in public with another Jesus myther, professor Alvar Ellegård, on the international book fair here in Göteborg, Sweden, years ago.

    Historical Arguments and Skepticism James F. McGrath 2008

  • He managed to secure work with a small family run company where he worked quite happily for six months with no myther (Lancashire dialect, problem or trouble).

    Socialist Party 2010

  • The same can be said about the myther position, the position that says that Jesus was not an historical person, but a mythic construct of the ancient people.

    The Forbidden Gospels Blog 2009

  • Tom Verenna has responded that the myther position has moved beyond parallalmania which focused on comparing Jesus 'story with pagan myths.

    The Forbidden Gospels Blog 2009


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