Why do Modern Christians believe Paul of Tarsus’ Ghost-sighting Tall Tale?

Imagine the following:

An orthodox Jewish rabbi claims that on a recent drive on a lonely country road, a bright light stopped his car, told him that it was David Koresh, and told him that he (the rabbi) would be Koresh’s missionary to the world. This same rabbi then starts preaching a very modified version of the late David Koresh’s teachings, stating that he learned these new, “up-dated” Branch Davidian teachings from no living human being or book but by direct revelation from the dead prophet, Mr. Koresh himself!

We would lock this nut job up in a psychiatric hospital!

Yet Christians want us to believe, as historical fact, similar nutty claims of another Jewish rabbi living 2,000 years ago!


Ghosts and talking bright lights do not exist.


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