The idea that Jesus died for our sins could only have come about after Jesus had actually died. Nobody involved in his crucifixion believed that his death would undo the damage of sin. His followers never anticipated his death with the expectation of salvation. That would have been ghoulish. These beliefs were formed after the death of Christ. So why do Christians accept these ideas as though from God?
The belief that Jesus died for our sins arouse within the Christian community following the death of Jesus. Only Jesus was God. These people left making sense of his death were ordinary human beings. So why do Christian churches teach the story of salvation as having come from God?
Every story has an author. Who wrote the story that Jesus died for our sins?
Christianity is a false religion. By false, I mean that it is not from God. If God exists, and if God is truth, then Christianity is false. This will be demonstrated through logic.
I would still be Christian if Christians could tolerate dissent from within.
Christians believe that Jesus saves us from our sins. For them it is a matter of faith.
I will argue that Jesus does not save us from our sins. Mine will be an evidence-based argument.
Christians, it is time to evolve! Your beliefs do not hold up to logical analysis. I will present several different, but inter-related arguments to back up my claim that Jesus does not actually save us from our sins. The purpose of this is to demonstrate that the Christian understanding of Jesus is based in myth.
Do not leave your faith. Transform it, instead, by embracing the truth.