Christians can appeal to the orderliness of the universe (the laws of physics) as evidence for a generic creator. Christians can appeal to alleged eyewitness testimony of his alleged post-execution appearances. But what evidence do Christians have that the first century peasant, Jesus of Nazareth, is the Creator and Almighty King of the universe???
Christians assume that evidence for a generic creator god is automatically evidence for their god. Christians assume that just because a group of first century peasants and one rabbi believed that a dead person had appeared to them—in some fashion—that this is good evidence that this person is the almighty, all-knowing, creator and ruler of the universe.
I personally think that the miracle of the Buddha, causing a water buffalo to speak in a human language for half an hour in front of a group of eyewitnesses, is much more impressive than alleged appearances of a dead guy. Every culture on the planet has stories of the appearances of dead people!
The alleged post-death appearances of Jesus are not good evidence that he is the Creator. At best, it is evidence that rare violations of the laws of nature do occur. At worst, it demonstrates just how gullible religious people are, in the first century…and today!
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