The resurrection myths of other god-men are not post-Christianity. It was a part of the original religion.<quoted text> More likely an atheist website.
<quoted text> The resurrection part of most myths are post Christ additions, except perhaps the Horus one and that is so vast different from Biblical accounts. Look no scholar takes any of that seriously and don't bring up Murdock.
<quoted text> Not really. I can be a real pain in the Preacher's behind if i want to, by pointing out factual mistakes in their sermons. For example last Sunday, the Preacher said the Disciples were moaping around 8 days after the death of Christ. Well if He resurrected on the third day then why are they moaping around on the 8th day? That is if i heard him right and if he keeps transcripts of his sermons. Blindy accept? Sounds like you blindly accept your atheism as factually correct. Can you prove it? No! You blindly accept a negative which cannot be proven and if you are wrong you have hell to pay. That is not only flying blind but incredibly stupid. You know less tha 1% of all there is to know and based on that much knowledge you conclude you do not need Jesus. How do you know what you need? If you represent yourself before Jesus then you have a fool for a client. You better smell the coffee.
Unlike those myths, Christianity started out without a resurrection story. It had to be added as it was what was expected of god-men at that time. But you don't want the truth. You only want to believe. Therefore, you will have belief without any knowledge of your own religion. You will keep making yourself look ignorant about it every time you post.
I love the fact that each and every fundie who comes here to preach and finds that they cannot sway the masses of ex-Christians and/or atheists on this thread results to threats in the end. It's all you have and I recognize it. But it would be nice once in a while to see a fundie who doesn't lower themselves to such a belittling standard.