Talk:The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived
Lots of chapters in this one
There are 133 chapters in this book. It's definitely one that should probably be tackled differently than some of the smaller publications - unless there is an adventurous soul among us, with the time, and who'd like to go through the entire document point by point, summarizing and rebutting the various claims.
I suggest an approach that focuses on specific claims instead of going chapter by chapter. This may be one we need to come back to after we establish pages containing counter arguments to various claims contained in this book. For example, one of the early claims made in this book is that there are sufficient secular historical documents accounting for the existence of Jesus Christ. They cite Tacitus, Josephus Flavius, Pliny the Younger, and Suetonius among those who corroborated Jesus' existence. This is a topic we should research and cover on another page (Secular Evidence for the Existence of Jesus Christ maybe?) and then link to and use that research to provide counter arguments to the claims made in this book. So on and so forth for the other claims made here. -- anon