I am not trying to troll,
you're a self proclaimed liar buck
however, as I have stated several times, I believe the atheist argument to be hypocritical.
What is your point (ie. atheists) for posting Bible contradictions? Most well informed Christians are well aware of them. We also know how many Epistles that Paul is actually credited with, we know when the Bible was put together, yet atheists still post this, and a whole bunch of other stuff that is offensive to Christians. So, to answer your question, I am just playing the game, if you do it, then so can I.
Just because you want to wail and call us hypocritical because we loudly question the laughable inconsistencies of your fractured belief system, doesn't make us hypocritical in the least.
Just because you are desperate to find an excuse for trolling by mis representing our position, doesn't mean there is the slightest connection between your "playing the game" by posting sad little observances on the outcomes of your faith's warped and twisted hate mechanisms, and our posts on xianity's embarrassing riches.
That you choose not to see the glaring disconnect just serves your purpose.
You seem like quite a deceitful lightweight, carrying the unbearable resentment of having to defend the indefensible, with naught to use but bile and game playing trolling.
As per usual I can only wish you a heartfelt cold-shoulder to cry on.
Let's be clear on this. Atheists offer no argument. It's very easy to create a myth theory. Aside from the one I posted, look at Sandy Hook elementary School shooting. Adam Lanza fatally shot his mom, then went to the school and fatally shot 20 kids and 6 adults before committing suicide as first responders came to the scene. This was an unusable and horrific event that no one in their right mind would condone. Yet, there are several websites claiming the shootings were a hoax. Your Jesus is a myth theory is a hoax. You have no evidence to back it up other than to fling mud against a wall and hope it sticks, and you call me a troll. Very few people in the world agree with your theory, including most historical scholars.