10504Re: James Churchward and "The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold"
- Dec 3, 2007Hi Jack,
I watched the video and can sympathize with your concerns. But I was
wondering what your position is on the Churchward books. You
mentioned that both Acharya S and your great-grandfather were cherry
pickers. Am I understanding this correctly?
--- In Precolumbian_Inscriptions@yahoogroups.com, Gangchen Gonpo
> James Churchward and "The Christ Conspiracy: The
> Greatest Story Ever Sold"
> In researching my great-grandfather James Churchward,
> I am sometimes confronted with references to his
> works. In some cases, the proposals allegedly
> supported by James' works agree in principle with the
> world view espoused by James. In other cases, such as
> video games and Science Fiction adventure films, the
> references to his works are meant as a lark and not
> part of a scholarly work. Another category encompasses
> those academic theories that use James' words to prove
> something that contradicts James' world views and
> beliefs. This is the subject of this commentary
> podcast. While there are numerous examples, today I
> want to address a specific instance of an author using
> James' works to prove a theory that he himself (that
> is, James Churchward) did not espouse. Therefore,
> please watch the video rebuttal entitled:
> James Churchward and
> "The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold"
> available at the following urls:
> Jack Churchward
> Clearwater, Florida
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