So what drives you to continue to haunt these hallowed halls and live in a continuous circle of posts?
Now there's a good question that isn't on-topic at all.
Christians come in 4 flavours
(i) uneducated, unthinking
(ii) Well-meaning, fluffy bunny, "God loves everyone"
(iii) Those who have taken an interest beyond the average but look for proof to confirm their preconceptions.
(iv) Those who simply accept their belief as part of their life and get on with it without bothering others.
All Christians differ
(i) In the way they perceive God and/or the Trinity.
(ii) The way they explain what to others is the inexplicable
(iii) In what parts of their Book they have read.
(iv) The knowledge they have of pre-Christian society, the political and socio-economic circumstances of the OT, Post-crucifixion history, the absence (as there always will be) of Q.
All Christians have in common the false ideas that
(i) There is free-will
(ii) Sacrificing your son can do something
(iii) Morality stems from Yahweh, The Lord of Hosts.
(iv) Heaven exists
No Christian can explain
(i) Why God will not heal amputees
(ii) The immortality of gods
(iii) The source of the energy of gods
(iv) Why Christianity is more believable than any other religion.
No Christian will accept that
(i) their religion is a state of mind: no more, no less.
(ii) No god is real. (others may not be, but theirs is.)
(iii) God has retreated because knowledge has grown: the god of the gaps. That which is attributed to gods is only that which we do not know. It is a badge of honour amongst some Christians to "not know" various established facts and thus prevent the ingress of destructive wisdom into the sanctum of ignorance that supports all religions.
We chose our name on this forum to say something about ourselves: I see where you are coming from: Unapologetic conviction based upon accepting the impossible without question. A denial of reality. A rejection of that which is shown. To do otherwise would lessen your god.
You are but one of many who have come to throw themselves upon the hard rocks of reality. There will be many more, drawn here to have their belief challenged.
When you eventually leave, I hope you take with you a few of the things we have given you.
That is why we are here. We sow the seeds of critical thinking. Have your beliefs and live your life. But do not even attempt to convince others that your way is uniquely correct. Some time you are going to have to say, "Well, that's the way I see it but there is no evidence for it; it is my mind, which is my only window on reality."
I hope this answers your query and that we may now continue with what is a very interesting question.