The word historicity has two main meanings. The first refers to any kind of recorded history after prehistory. This could include cave art, such as we find at Lascaux in southwestern France.
The second meaning of the term refers to questioning the historical existence of Christ, or some other divine personage, mythical figure or place.
- Reasonably doubting that John baptized Jesus – Or how HJ scholars worked before they had Tools (vridar.wordpress.com)
- Non-Biblical Sources which Document the Historical Jesus (compassioninpolitics.wordpress.com)
- Dale Allison on Jesus Mythicism (diglotting.com)
- David Fitzgerald Debunks Historical Jesus at Skepticon 3 (holyblasphemy.net)
- Critically evaluating Paul’s claims about Jesus (vridar.wordpress.com)
- Why and how I came to question the historicity of Jesus (vridar.wordpress.com)
- Bart Ehrman’s failed attempt to address mythicism (vridar.wordpress.com)
- A rational foundation for investigating the mythicist question (vridar.wordpress.com)
- Reconciliation and Representation: Doctrine of Christ (wateristhickerthanblood.wordpress.com)
- Chris Columbus to Produce Film about Jesus Christ as a Kid (geektyrant.com)