I know what Stefano wrote and I have already replied him. He is weird and clueless. Although he claims to be an atheist, he defends the Christian Bible, which he is not supposed to. I find him weird.<quoted text>
And he said that your posts and stories are even more bizarre than any of the 4 Gospels. Didn't you read what he said? He's not defending the Gospels, he's an Atheist. He's saying that your stories and ideas are even more ridiculous and illogical than the one's found in the Gospels. And he's right. They are. You just pull any lump of poo out of your pocket that you can find and throw it against the wall in hopes that some of it or even any of it sticks. You don't seem to be capable of logically thinking through the implications and repercussions of your inventions. What you should do is to ask yourself if there could be any logical holes in your idea and try to find them before you even offer them. But you don't seem to be capable of doing that.
For example, look at what you did with that one chapter of Paul. You claimed the whole thing is invented, and then you claimed that there was a logical problem in the beginning, and then the purpose of the rest of the chapter was to cover for that logical problem. But it never even occurred to you, that if someone was just making the whole chapter up anyway, all they needed to do was to remove the logical problem in the beginning and replace it with something else, and they wouldn't even need to cover for the logical error in the rest of the chapter. Why wouldn't any "inventor" simply do that? Is it because you assume they would be as illogical as you?
You just can't seem to reason properly, or else this would have occurred to you right away and you never would have suggested what you did. Nobody has taught you what is called "deductive reasoning", and that's a shame. There is more to an education than just the Quran. Books on logic and philosophy have their value as well and they teach people how to reason and analyze things properly. The Quran is far from a complete education, even if one thinks it should be part of anybody's education at all.
The New Testament and Christianity do not contain any philosophy and logic. It is a collections of stories, letters and opinions of men. Such things do not form a Scripture, Seeker.
Deductive reasoning does not apply to Scripture. It is as it is. And moreover, you know well that the deductive reasoning of Christianity has led to many absurdities, such as the man-made doctrines and a triune God, which Jesus NEVER taught.
Even the foundation of Christianity is based on the sea sand at the beach and gets eroded, when we send waves to demolish it. It is sooooo shaky, Seeker. I don't know how someone with your intelligence keeps on defending it?