This is not rocket science, lol.
I know some Christians believe the literal translation, and I have to disagree with them as well.
No Lives Matter
We return to the fact that these stores are myths. They never happened anywhere near the way they were described. As such, why should we believe these books, except where we can find evidence to corroborate their stories? And since we can't corroborate the existence of any gods, why shouldn't we toss that out as unsupported gibberish as well?
Faith doesn't make facts, sorry.
There is no reason to think gods exist.
I have to admit, you made a very good and valid point, in which I will address. Well you may of made two though so I'll go with the first I found while scrolling up. I will cast my doubts on it as a fact, which I think is a partial statistic.
I think that Jesus could of existed. Could he of been everything stated in the bible? Yes. Could he of been otherwise? Yes. I just don't see a definitive answer here. You can't "PROVE" anything of his existence because it seems to be so extensively covered up imho. (Since we can't talk with scientific reasoning here, just fyi, I'm talking in what I think, which is your religion). But, and I make a big BUT especially about the christian faith we believe in today, why, with the corruptness of the church since year 0, should we believe in it? I mean the church has had a MAJOR play or a MAJOR control or THE control in everything since Christianity as we know it started.
-JryanI'm coming to see that no matter what law we regulate, be it the stand your ground act, there is never an objective morally right answer to any morale question; in fact, since there are multiple objectively right answers to every moral question that leaves us with a lot of grey area and a lot of black area (not in the racial since).