Actually, I don't think most Christians are lying. I think they're credulous - willing to accept things simply because someone else (probably someone they trust) says they're true.
Or because they want
it to be true. But that isn't the issue here, Andrew; the issue is the way that you have chosen to converse with us.
It should be obvious by now that your accounts of miracles simply aren't convincing to us. Many of us came from a Christian background, and reached a point where we no longer believed. The stories that you've been telling are simply too weak for us to see them as evidence. If you want to convince us, you have to come up with evidence that is up to our
standards, not yours. In other words, you have to understand our requirements lest you offer us an inferior product and not make the sale.
All you've given us so far is a bunch of stories that you could have very easily just made up. We don't have any idea whether or not you're telling us the truth about your experiences. Saying
that you're telling the truth isn't enough.
The one thing that I find offensive in your posting style, Andrew, is that you don't appear to have much respect for us. You use phrases like "blindly refute," and threaten us with hellfire. Insults and threats are a very immature way to hold a conversation. Got anything better?