Possumdude0 wrote:Well, what about Christianity doesn't make sense to you? You've already told me that a loving God ordering killings seemed illogical, what else?
As bad as this may sound, nothing about it makes sense to me.
Walking on water - Physics tells us that is not possible.
Multiplying food - See above argument.
Resurrection after 3 days & moving boulder - See above + biology.
40 days without food/water - Biology tells us it cannot happen.
Restoring sight - Medically impossible then, highly difficult today.
Raising the dead - Same as resurrection after 3 days.
Born of a virgin - Not medically possible in humans under normal circumstances.
Water into wine - Would require alchemical knowledge.
Healing a paralytic - Not medically possible.
Calming a storm - Not physically possible.
Those are just His miracles. A list of other happenings in the Bible would include:
Talking fiery bushes
Living in a whale
Walls of Jericho
Parting the Red Sea
Staff into snake
Lot's wife turned to salt
Baldaam's talking mule
Elijah calling down fire
... ... ...
As you can probably tell, I am a very logical thinker. I tend only to believe what I can see or what can be scientifically proven. This is why many of the miracles in the Bible seem to me to be unlikely at best. Those that can be explained scientifically lose their credibility as miracles, and those that cannot be explained lose all credibility.