Do you have any evidence that it did happen? You need to understand, the burden of proof is on you. You wish to make claims, you get the chance to support those claims. So far, you have failed miserably.<quoted text> I don't know how one could produce evidence for an event which happened in some remote town in Israel 2000 years ago as it relates to virgin birth. Other than accounts. Regarding Resurrrection of Christ. Do you have any evidence from History the event did not happen? All you have is your anti supernatural fixed bias.
<quoted text> I played a tape where Dawkins admits Jesus existed which refutes his writings in God Delusion. He recanted.
<quoted text> Not really. Your statements were more ambiguous.
I addressed the issue, and offered another quote of Dawkins. Just because someone named Jesus may have existed doesn't validate the stories told about him several hundred years later. No proof of miracles, no proof of virgin birth, no proof of rising from the dead. Nice stories, but stories aren't evidence.
You can also not waste oyur time pointing out real places mentioned in the Bible, that's not support for miracles and such. I mean just because Tom Clancy mentions real places and real people does mean his books are non-fiction, right?