Lucian (Ancient Anti-Christian Satirist) Wrote about Jesus Christ and His Crucifixion
Posted by FactReal on April 12, 2012
|HISTORICITY OF JESUS|
|Lucian of Samosata* (c. 120 – c. 180 A.D.) was a second century Assyrian satirist who wrote in the Greek language and mocked Christians. He was also a traveling lecturer and a rhetorician concerned with accuracy. Lucian used his mordant wit to scornfully describe and ridicule early Christians. But by doing so, he left writings confirming that Jesus: was real, was the founder of Christianity, was worshiped by the Christians, and was crucified.
Lucian’s work The Death of Peregrinus or The Passing of Peregrinus), 11-13:
* Lucian was born in Samosata, Commagene, Syria — now Samsat, Turkey.
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