It's certainly a religion, any religion is a "real religion". People practice religion(S), religion(S) exist, of that there is no doubt.If I was inventing a fake religion, that's not what is write.
Again, that's not the case here. A story or myth does not have to contain one supernatural event or miracle, to be mythic.The point to my rant here is this, the Bible is the basis, the starting point of Christianity, a religion you claim is based on myths. The Bible contains many stories of miracles (which I think you get the myth part from),
Remember, Davy Crockett, Daniel Boone. Literal people, with mythic details ascribed to those persons.
Irrelevant. What is an "average male", and how is it that you can determine what they would or wouldn't write? Conjecture.but is also has writings and las and rules that the average male would not have included, if they were making up a religion.
See above. You are only speculating as to what you think qualifies as 'believable", or unbelievable, and what people would reject or accept.In some religions, heaven is filled with men having eternal sex with multiple virgins. But in the Bible there are no sexual relationships in heaven, but believers are "married" to Jesus.
When talking about themselves, most people usually leave out the bad stuff and only talk about the positive. They don't tell you about to tell about drunkenness, adultery, and murder - ESPECIALLY if you're trying to woo a new group of people to follow your make-believe, mythical religion.
What we do know, is that in the form it is known , some people find it believable and others don't.
Nope, just myth, which contains elements that can be verified, and elements that can't. Some believable, others unbelievable. Some elements fabricated or borrowed from other previously existing myths, and some elements unique to that specific myth.The inclusion of the good and the bad in the Bible demonstrate that the biblical accounts are not just fabricated stories, NOT mere myth.