When I testified before the Texas State Board of Education, I had to point out to the board that Moses was not a confirmed historical person. The sad majority of this state unquestioning believe everything the Bible says. So it was very refreshing to me when we got a visit from David Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald holds a degree in history; he's been actively researching the historicity of Jesus for over ten years, and was an associate member of the Committee for the Scientific Examination of Religion. So his perspective is completely opposite that of most of Texans -simply because he knows what he's talking about, because he took the time to study the background of the Bible. I really enjoyed this conversation.
Text by AronRa.