> > a fairy tale > > > > So you say. A great multitude beg to differ. How about his disciples for instance? He > appeared to them after death and even let Thomas touch his wounds. They went on to > become the Apostles and to a man suffered greatly for proclaiming this Gospel message > without a single one recanting even to execution for many of them. For a fairy tale? > I think not. >
Superman is real because half Metropolis saw him dead by Doomsday's hands. And Lois Lane testified his death as a fact because she was holding his dead body in her arms. It says so in the comic, does that make it real?
Not trying to compare a literary best seller to a comic, however it gets the point across. Not everything written on paper (or stone) is/was supposed to be real. How about the other thousand civilizations who saw a different god and gave them different amendments? are they lying or are they telling the truth because it says so in their writings?
If would be funny Greeks instead of Romans conquered the world. Then we could all be praying to Zeus instead.