Why can't we all know God as unambigously and as truly as did the true, genuine prophets of antiquity?
If, as you claim, morality is obeying god, how do you know that obeying god is good? Isn't that totally circular?
What happens to people who don't accept what you claim?
Answers: Atheist, Christian
If God said "Thou shalt not kill" then why did he flood the whole world leaving only Noah and his family alive, and how is the destruction of Sodom justified (killing people for engaging in "immoral" sex), is God exempted from morality?
Why does Jesus, when riding into Jeruselum (Matthew 21:7) ride on two things at once, the ass as well as the colt. Why does he ride both at the same time, and what does it teach us? Where also does it fit in in the 4 categories of 2 Timothy 3:16?
Where will you go when you die? Can you be certain of your personal final destination? How do you know?
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