Nope, not at all. There is no evidence of a god, so why would I believe in one? You, as in all belivers, try convince the world that there is at least one. I use the bible to prove that man created the religion.<quoted text>
Honestly I like the writing style of Paul he was a hold no punches tell it like it is kind of guy. Also here you are once again asking if God and Jesus have proper advice. The facts are I have had tons of faith debates with atheists and most never acknowledge God or Jesus even exist much less ask what they said.
Which leads me to believe you know God is and Jesus is and you are just trying to mix the pot and argue for the sake of argument. I will not be drawn into a foolish debate about faith with you as you're not even bright enough to hold your own points.
You like Paul because Paul tells you that you do not have to follow god.
Why would a god majesty up laws for a small group of People? Laws that he knows they cannot follow. Then changet the laws for that same small group that he knows they cannot follow.. Then change the laws again for the rest of the world?
My role here is to show the world these flaws.
Think of it like this. Some supreme being makes some impossible laws for Buford, Wyoming, the rest of the country has no clue what is going on in Buford, Wyoming, therefore they cannot follow the laws and must be sent to hell. This supreme being decides to send someone to radically change his laws. What are the chances for belief? For thousands of years, these people were told to follow these laws and now a stranger is going to tell them something different? Still the rest of the country hasn't a chance, they haven't be given the laws again.
Does that make any sense to you? It shouldn't.
Then another guy comes along and changes all the laws again! The time the rest of the country is invited, but they are not given the son or the miracles, only the words of People they have been fighting with for thousands of years.
It is pretty silly, once you take a step back and examin would you have been taught to believe!