According to a historical researcher Michael Paulkovich, the son of God, Jesus Christ, was a ‘mythical character’ and never existed.
The controversial discovery was made after the researcher found no verifiable mention of Christ’s existence from 126 writers during the ‘time of Jesus’ from the first to third centuries. He says he is a fictional character invented by followers of Christianity to create a figure to worship.
“I must conclude that Christ is a mythical character.”
The 126 texts he studied were all written in the period during or soon after the supposed existence of Jesus. Paulkovich says that well-known writers surely have heard of someone as famous as Jesus – but none of them mention him. What is more suspicious is that the super-savior did not write anything himself.
“When I consider those 126 writers, all of whom should have heard of Jesus but did not – and Paul and Marcion and Athenagoras and Matthew with a tetralogy of opposing Christs, the silence from Qumram and Nazareth and Bethlehem, conflicting Bible stories, and so many other mysteries and omissions – I must conclude that Christ is a mythical character,” he writes.
Paulkovich says that even in the Bible Paul the Apostle, often credited with spreading Christianity and writing fourteen of the twenty-seven books in the New Testament, never refers to Jesus as a real person. As he was unaware of the virgin mother, and ignorant of Jesus’ nativity, parentage, life events, ministry, miracles, apostles, betrayal, trial and harrowing passion.