Why do Christian’s act like their religion is so much more rationally superior than polytheistic religions. For starters Christianity makes no more sense than Hinduism. 1 will never ever equal 3, judaism says god is one, Christianity (or Paul in shorter terms) comes and says god is 3 in one, and hinduism says before all this Abrahamic stuff, that god is like a million in 1, sounds kinda similar huh, judaism says accept god as one and ur good, but the paganistic polytheistic religion of Paul explicitly makes u associate partners with that one god by saying he has a son or other things in union with him to be accepted as a Christian, Christianity is the biggest prank the devil ever pulled on humanity,. Hindu says monkey is god but rly god has no form, Christian says human is god but rly god has no form, wtf??!!! To be honest I have never ever heard real evidence that Christianity is the right religion, all the “evidence” they give is proving the Bible with the Bible. They say Jesus is the way bc the he resurrected in flesh or spirit or whatever, BUT THATS NOT AN ARGUMENT! That’s like saying Zeus is god because his lighting bolts hold the spirit of hades, how tf is that supposed to prove anything to me, no real evidence was presented.
Why would Christianity be any more right of a religion than the polytheistic religions of the world
And, which form of Christianity is the real one? There are so many denominations with conflicting beliefs, how does one choose?
You’re are making a lot of assumptions about Polytheism… ones that don’t really seem accurate from a passing glance. What viewpoint leads you to points where you see Polytheism as being similarly false?
I ask because I’m curious, because to me Polytheism makes sense. Monotheism does not.
In my opinion…christianity has been used as a political, social and economic tool since the time of Constantine and the Council of Nicea and their followers just don’t seem to see that, so they go about “spreading the gospel” according to paul…..but they just don’t read their bible for themselves to see they are actually the ones following a false god.
I hate run on sentences, but here we are, so I do apologize for that.
> Why do Christian’s act like their religion is so much more rationally superior than polytheistic religions. For starters Christianity makes no more sense than Hinduism. 1 will never ever equal 3,
I am Muslim and Christians market their product saying “we use the best proxy to God, His son himself.” So it is polytheism but the sweetest version, is there place in God’s Book is a different kind of story, or God has a son is even something nobody wants to discuss.
> judaism says god is one, Christianity (or Paul in shorter terms) comes and says god is 3 in one, and hinduism says before all this Abrahamic stuff, that god is like a million in 1, sounds kinda similar huh, judaism says accept god as one and ur good,
Each of these denominations believe in the same God. Sadly each denomination in order to have a higher hand over the others, created a path apart from what God decreed upon them then formed a different belief system. So Hinduism, Judaism and Christianity may be different on the paper but same in essence, as all left God’s Prophets’s teachings.
> no real evidence was presented.
Scholars had to form different paths which will lead to God, outside of God’s path. So, unless you follow the path defined by God, it will lead nowhere.
> For starters Christianity makes no more sense than Hinduism. 1 will never ever equal 3, judaism says god is one, Christianity (or Paul in shorter terms) comes and says god is 3 in one, and hinduism says before all this Abrahamic stuff, that god is like a million in 1, sounds kinda similar huh, judaism says accept god as one and ur good,
A request to use punctuation marks, especially the full stop so that readers can understand your argument with as minimal effort as possible.
Every religion has aspects to it which are beyond logic or mysterious. From what I can gather from your writing, it seems you do not accord any more respect to Hinduism than you do to Christianity. You somehow seem to elevate Judaism (and by exclusion Islam?) because it says “God is one”
Now, the sentence “God is one” is mostly undefinable. Monotheism, polytheism, etc., are concepts that are hard to define precisely and hence defend.
No religion is fully logical. To be a believer is to have *faith* that is beyond proof techniques.
Everyone agrees in math that the number of primes is infinite because the proof of this is intersubjectively verifiable. No such thing exists in religion.
Christianity is a political invention. Partly directly developed for this, partly a result of an reaction to colonialism of foreign empires. The first phase it is the phase where a tribal union of ancient Canaanites tried to create monotheism out of the Canaanite pantheon build on the conversion of ancient mesopotamian and middle east mythology. This is the phase where Yehova loses/reject his wife Ashera and the rest of the pantheon. It was the result of conflicts between Canaanites.
The second phase it that of the Persian conquest. Satan is created out of Ahirman. Till here, no hell or heaven exists, only sheol the pagan realm of the dead, bodies can only resurrect as the new flesh in the future. Till here, the Jews had the audience over the scriptures.
In the last phase, romans tried to defeat the Jewish messianic cults by creating Jesus Christ and his apostles, a Jew that is the darling of the romans, but hated by the rabbis. Hell, purgatory punishment and heaven were intodruced in councils as an eastern influence from Buddhism/Hinduism. Also metaphysical concepts like soul or a spiritual body.
Christianity is build as an intellectual masterpeice of its time. Today it is not bulletproof anymore, because science has evolved and peopel can get self elightened throug learing history and find the true story of Christianity.
The best evidence for Christianity is the Historical argument of the legitimacy of Jesus’ resurrection. Most accredited historians would acknowledge that it’s hard to debunk. I mean.. it hasn’t been debunked yet. There is not one widely accepted natural theory for what happened to Jesus’ body.
I’m not arguing that 100% confirmed that Jesus resurrected. But it’s clear that something happened back then and Jesus resurrecting doesn’t seem as far fetched.
I don’t like the idea of people feeling superior over religion. People should just look at their own beliefs objectively and assess the foundation. But let’s not assume that all Christian’s feel this way.
Christianity is barely an original religion anyway it’s kind of a big mashup of a bunch of different stories and other religions..
Christians claim their religion is more rational because it is the one they believe in. They can give their reasons for why they believe it but really no religion has any actually empirical evidence so in the end it comes down to faith. The majority of religious people are not going to try to convince you that their religion is correct. They just believe it and live their lives. Just like most atheists are not out trying to convince anyone of anything.
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