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NazarethGate:
Quack Archeology, Holy Hoaxes,
and the Invented Town of Jesus

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The sequel to The Myth of Nazareth (2008) documents burgeoning scandals on the ground
and the desperate race to create evidence for a nonexistent hometown of Jesus.
Foreword by Frank R. Zindler.
In softcover and Kindle editions from American Atheist Press
~ 518 + 22 pages ~

You can also email me at rjsalm@mail.com to order at a discount.
I offer orders via email at the following prices (INCLUDING postage) while supplies last:

NazarethGate:
In USA: $22
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Other countries: $34 (USD)

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The Myth of Nazareth: The Invented Town of Jesus

by René Salm (Softcover, 2008. 391 pages)

The Myth Of Nazareth presents convincing archaeological evidence that the town of Nazareth was not settled until after the First Jewish War, around 100 CE. Requiring eight years of painstaking research, the book surveys the archaeological record of the Nazareth basin from the Stone Age until modern times. It guides the reader through a stunning odyssey of discovery—one which exposes not only the true history of the site but also a scandalous history of evidentiary suppression reaching back into Early Christian Times.
A must read for those seeking hard facts about Christian origins.

Available from American Atheist Press

and from the author via email: rjsalm [at] mail.com
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The Myth of Nazareth:
In USA: $20
Canada: $24 (USD)
Other countries: $32 (USD)


Special offer on both books from the author:

Amazon.com offers both The Myth of Nazareth and NazarethGate for $44 + postage (about $50 total).

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INCLUDING postage! (While my supplies last.)

In USA: $36     (1/3 off the Amazon.com price!)

Canada: $44 (USD)
Other countries: $60 (USD)

 Review by Robert M. Price.                Nazareth archeology website.