Christians in Africa burning two women alive after declaring them as witches. Praise the lord — civilisation has arrived to the heathens with white man’s religion.
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Men do not miraculously heal the sick, raise the dead, cure the blind, and rise from the grave. The claims of Christianity are prima facie absurd.
What Christians believe most fervently (i.e. Jesus being God, appearing after he died, dying for the sins of the world) are concepts that were developed later.
They are concepts that did not exist in the earliest generations of Christian belief.
They certainly did not exist when Jesus was alive.
Christians consistently claim that God “wants” us to believe in him and follow his commandments.
However, they also claim that he knows whether we will do so or not.
So, what is the point of Him wanting anything?
Likewise, the death of Jesus changes dramatically throughout the Gospels. The changes (of which there are many more than these) can be summed up in the three different accounts of the last words of Jesus: Mark 15:34 and Matthew 27:46 “My god, my god, why have you forsaken me.” Luke 23:46 “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” John 19:30 “It is finished.” The development of Christianity is encapsulated in the move from the utterance of pain, ignorance, nonacceptance, and suffering seen in Mark and Matthew to the statement of acceptance, foreknowledge, and peace that is seen in John. These are incompatible interpretations of Jesus. The character in the gospels may have the same name but it is not the same man hanging on the cross.
The “king of the jews” was not supposed to be an executed lowly peasant.
The “savior of mankind” was not a common criminal.
Over time, theological concepts developed that explained this hang-up.
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