Dynamic, some of the satisfactory arguments against Christianity involve understanding how it evolved.
(1) Primitive sacrificial religion, requiring sacrifice of all first-born
inc humans. Sacrifice to the God of war, Yahweh. At this point it's similar to all the other religions around it. Exodus 13:2, 22:29
(2) Yahweh says that he is jealous of all the other Gods
, and ordains that the Jews worship him only. (Deut 5:9)
(3) Jews tone down first-born sacrifice, and convert it to redemption
(they add a bit more onto Exodus, 34:20)
(4) A fictitious Moses comes up with 613 crappy laws, on how to please God. The reason you should please god, is for blessings in the field
(Deut 28:3), if God doesn't like you, he will kill you
(5) Job 21 complains that evil men are just sent to Sheol with no punishment. Job 22 avoids answering his complaint.
(6) Jews start wondering what is in Sheol. Book of "Enoch"
is faked, to explain what happens to bad people, both at judgement day, and in Sheol, chapter 22. Enoch is controversial, because is describes angles who revolted, and the Nephelim having sex with women prior to Noah. It was excluded from both Judiasm (~150BC), and Christianity (~320AD). However, it spawned Enochian Judaism, and Pharisaic thinking. The Sadducees maintained the attitude of Job. It's clear from Enoch that righteous people will be resurrected, and the wicked will be kept in hell, as per Luke 16.
(7) 0 BC, Pharisee Hillel starts talking about loving your neighbour. Pharisees start getting sick of the temple being used as an abattoir, and assert that people have to be nice, to get into heaven, rather than killing pigeons and washing their hands.
(8 ) Some chap called Jesus gets killed by the Romans, and the Pharisees start pinning all their ideology and midrash onto him
(9) Paul comes along, and states in Galatians, that he is going to go against all of Pharisaic teaching and other members of the church, and promote the idea that Jewish Law was never going to get people into heaven, and they need to worship Jesus as a God.
(10) Synoptic gospels are written in a way that still doesn't agree with Paul, but John and Acts fixes that up (a bit).
The disappearance of the book of Enoch leaves a big hole in understanding how heaven and hell magically appeared, when there is previously no evidence of it in the Old Testament. It leaves a question mark about why such a pivotal book can be deleted, just because the church says so.
Galatians is just pure comedy.