1. The idea that Jesus came from Nazareth is a common element in all four canonical gospels, and likely a historical fact.
2. Jesus Mythicists often try to remove Nazareth from the story, or even claim it never existed.
3. The gospel depictions of Jesus’ origin in Nazareth contain a number of oddities, such as contradictory stories and historical problems.
This article provides an overview of the various attempts by Jesus Mythicists to explain away the awkward fact that Jesus was born in Nazareth. It presents both sides of the argument fairly, noting both the evidence for Nazareth's existence and the arguments made by those who deny it. The article also acknowledges the historical problems with both gMatt and gLuke's accounts of Jesus' birth and upbringing, which suggests that it is not biased towards either side of the debate.
The article does not provide any evidence for its claims about Jesus Mythicists' attempts to explain away Nazareth, nor does it explore any counterarguments or present any risks associated with these theories. Additionally, there is no discussion of other possible explanations for why some people may have been skeptical about Jesus coming from Nazareth (such as socio-economic reasons). As such, this article should be read with caution as it does not provide a comprehensive overview of all aspects of this debate.