We all know that Christians consider the Bible to be the word(s) of their God. Many Christians believe it is infallible and inerrant (without error). The doctrines of Christianity, their beliefs and practises, come mainly from the Bible, though they sometimes have input from other sources (eg Roman Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses). Thus, to critique Christianity in general, we must look at the bible, at whether it is reliable, authentic, inerrant and consistent. This section aims to do just that.
Why I Do Not Buy The Resurrection Story
By Richard Carrier. This article, and a longer version of the same, can be found at http://www.infidels.org. Used with permission.
Is Christianity just a mixture of Judaism and pagan religions? A description of the ideas which may have influenced Christianity.
Greek god of wine.
Possibly the god with the most similarities to Christianity, noted as being such by the Church Fathers themselves. Dying and rising god of light.
This is planned by books of the Bible so that you don't get too much to read all at once! Remember, if there is just one contradiction in the Bible, it is not inerrant! If you want to look things up in a Bible while you are reading, may we recommend http://www.olivetree.com which has many different versions, whatever suits your taste.
Leviticus & Numbers
Deuteronomy, Joshua & Judges
1 & 2 Samuel