The Gospel of Caesar showtimes
• As part of the series Movies that matter the Dutch version Het Evangelie van Caesar will be broadcast on Sunday, 27 March 2011 by VARA on Nederland 2 at 23:30 UTC+01. Rebroadcast follows on Monday, 28 March 2011 at 00:35. In addition, the film is currently embedded as a video-on-demand here.
• As part of the series Wat zou Jezus kijken? (“What would Jesus watch?”) the Dutch version of The Gospel of Caesar will be broadcast by Holland Doc 24 on the digital TV channel Nederland 24 as Caesar: Zoektocht naar de ware Jezus (“Caesar: Quest for the real Jesus”) on Thursday, 30 December 2010, 21:00 UTC+1 (9 p.m.). There will also be a VoD live stream available from the Holland Doc Live webpage.
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When are Americans going to view this documentary in an English translation?
[ed.: They already can. The download links are right here on this blog, afaik it’s also available as a bittorrent download, it’ll be added to other sites in the near future, and you can order a legit DVD from the production company… and there is already an English version, with English subtitles and voiceover. But it has not been dubbed in English throughout. Americans usually don’t care about subtitled foreign-language works. Why then should we care about Americans?]
Time Warner “History Channel” cable network in America may be interested in this documentary.
[ed.: We have already advised the History Channel (i.e. one of their production companies) on Caesar’s funeral for a feature-length documentary called Death Masks. They chose to distort our advice and misrepresent the original ancient sources. TV’s a bitch. Nobody believes anything that’s on TV anymore. So why should we brown-nose the History Channel? Our research is out there. If they think it’s worth broadcasting, they should go ahead and do one of their infotainment pieces.]
In my humble opinion the “Diegetic Transposition” may not have been an accident.
[ed.: Of course not. Christianity is not an accident! The evangelists believed in Christ and wanted to retell his (hi)story to the best of their abilities. They were on a mission, and rewriting Caesar’s story to conform to a new cultural setting was necessary. Errors, misreadings, misinterpretations and scriptural accidents were a side-effect, but also a defining part of the whole process.]
Aside from that point Francesco Carotta and [ed.: snip. If you like conspiracy theories, please post them somewhere else, especially those of known hack writers. There are lots of sites on the web that will be happy to publish your opinion. This site, however, is about historical truths, not about crackpot pseudoscience and conspiracy theories. There can be only one historical Jesus. It’s either ours (i.e. Caesar) or someone else’s. But chances are we are right. At any rate, on this blog we deal with our theory.]