Originally posted by KingOnPointYou should just believe what you want, but bear in mind that it is you who is making the extraordinary claim about reality so the burden of proof is on you. Same goes for any and all religionists of whatever stripe or colour. One could just as easily ask you: "Why would you deny what is NOT proven to be wrong by any human about Mohammed being visited by the Arch-angel Gabriel in a cave and being told that the original monotheistic faith of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus had become corrupted?" One could ask you why would anyone deny this, and doing so would be no more or less valid than your question.
Jesus died for all people and provided a way for abundant life. So, why would anyone deny what is NOT proven to be wrong by any human being?
Originally posted by KingOnPointThere are countless billions of instances of people dying and their corpses either decomposing or being burnt ~ indeed it has happened to every single human that has ever lived. It's a formidable body of evidence. On the other hand you have not a single jot of evidence ~ your certainty and hopes not being evidence, I'm afraid ~ when it comes to "eternal life".
Why take the "declarations" of human science that really isn't proven or even demonstrated when it comes to eternal life? s
Originally posted by KingOnPointAll religions cannot be true at the same time because the relative religions to inclusion disagree with each other.
Originally posted by KingOnPointThis is one thing. But it is another thing altogether to claim the evidence you find substantiates the claims you make about God and Jesus. Yours is just one of many religionist doctrines that have resulted from people looking at what is around them. What about Mohammed being visited by the Arch-angel Gabriel in a cave?
Then look for the evidences of God in our earth and in the heaven around it.
Originally posted by KingOnPointNor has Christianity offered convincing answers to the questions of how the universe was formed and how humanity came about.
Science doesn't put you with God. Science doesn't try to give you a relationship with God. Science has failed to answer the questions of how the universe was formed and how humanity came about. We cannot depend on science either, when it comes to disproving creation for both the universe and human existence.
Originally posted by KingOnPointWell Muslims do not subscribe to the claims you make about Jesus, so the discrepancy is neither here nor there. What about Mohammed being visited by the Arch-angel Gabriel in a cave? Why do you deny it... or do you accept it?
The hope of all male Muslims is for a certain amount of virgins. But Jesus of the bible said there is neither marriage nor the giving of marriage in heaven.
Originally posted by KingOnPointI am saying that there is abundant evidence that we die. What evidence do you have that our corpses decomposing or being burnt is followed by an "afterlife"?
What are you trying to say here? I don't see anything that you stated as what is or is not. What does decomposing or burning prove to us?