Last Updated on August 5, 2022 by Argufier
1.) Jesus is a suicidal saviour.
Personally, I feel better after I helped someone, but it matters how. To take upon the sin of all mankind would have been an act that would have been the work of a “son of the eternal God” if it had really been valid for all mankind with the rest of the generations. But so, that instead of telling us where the fault was in our sinful acts, he committed suicide, and doing so he did nothing but starting something he didn’t finish in the end.
He doesn’t speak in front of Pilate, and although he does sprinkle some good things, he doesn’t explain the details. An example of the latter problem is the series of attempts at conflict management over the past 2,000 years, after which the world, which has essentially no problems, has become more liveable, merely more advanced, but as a result of improvements in scientific discovery and human thinking.
2.) The god of the Bible
A.) Not a loving god:
a.) A loving god does not declare one to be inherently sinful and to follow a dogma among the many religions in the maze of “truths” present in the various religious variants, and to identify with his remnant as salvation.
b.) Moral-based monetary inequality at birth.
B.) Not omnipotent.:
He cannot defeat his opponent Satan. Well, if he would, the whole comedy would be over.
C.) A mass murderer:
See Flood, Sodom-Gomorrah.
D.) Not intelligent:
See Asking People for Advice. (read point C back)
3.) The detachment of any of the above with one thought to be a refuted, doesn’t makes the remaining arguments untrue in any way, and one of them is enough for anyone to have enough of Christianity based on to the Bible.