I think you misunderstood me. I was mostly agreeing with you.<quoted text>
Those weren't religious quotes, they were quotes about loving one another and not allowing evil to flourish by doing nothing. If you become so focused on challenging Christianity that you lose sight of the unquestionable truth behind those quotes then what have you accomplished? Do you want to oppose Christianity so much that you would take issue with things like the following?
So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.
Sure some Christians don't always do what they are supposed to. Do you? As the sole representative for your belief system, do you live it to perfection? It is easier to have one's own belief system because nobody can call them on it since they make their own rules but what have you done where you think your moral pedestal eclipses all of Christianity?
However, I am not alone in my beliefs. There are many who have come to the same conclusions. Others have been chased away from God and Jesus by the hypocricy and double standards held up by many "Christians".
I study Jesus, the Bible and much more and listen to all intelligently presented arguements. Sadly they are a rarityon both sides.
Yes, I am anti-Paulinism, that does not make me anti-Jesus. I have learned that most Christians follow Paul, not Jesus. That they claim to follow Jesus is what I find deceitful.
Do I practice what I preach ? Mostly. I follow the Noahide Laws and believe Jesus is the Atonement for all mankind. I believe Jesus was a Ben'Adam, a prophet and murdered by the Roman Empire. I also believe that Reform Judaism follows the teaching of Jesus bettter than any Christian denomination ever did or does. Perhaps someday I will have enough faith to become Jewish which is what I also believe is what Jesus taught despite what the Roman/Pauline Churches teach.