If Jesus died for my sins, why isn’t he dead?
The punishment for my sins would be for me to spend all of eternity in Hell!
If Jesus is supposed to have paid for my sins, why isn’t Jesus still being tortured in Hell?
Jesus now has a cushy job in Paradise receiving continuous praise, and visiting people here on Earth just to tell them how much he loves them; he’s not suffering at all!
Apparently my debt was not “paid in full”.
Jesus was not without sin!
He was descendent of Adam and Eve (on his mother’s side) so he was automatically “born sinful” because of “Original Sin”; there are no exceptions to that rule!
Jesus tells his followers to abandon their wives and families! (He never mentions child support! That is a sin to me!)
Jesus lied to one of the other criminals hanging out with him on a cross crucifixion day!
Jesus said “I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise” but Christians claim that Jesus was still here on Earth 3 days later!
In Mathew 16:28
he lied again! “Verily I say unto you, there be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in his kingdom.”
He hasn’t come back yet, so that was just another lie!
Isn’t it supposed to be a sin to lie?
If bearing false witness is considered a sin; Jesus was a liar, and definitely not sinless!
I’m also counting the time Jesus killed a defenseless fig tree which he had become pissed off at because it wasn’t producing any figs when it was out of season!
Why didn’t Jesus just perform one of his many miracles and put some figs on the (literally) damned tree?
That would have been a lot more impressive than maliciously killing the damned thing (and he was absolutely being malicious!)
If Jesus had allowed that tree to remain alive; it would have provided needed nutrition to many other people when the figs were actually in season!
Jesus took the food out of the mouths of many other people, and that is a sin in my book!
If I purposely killed my neighbor’s fig tree (which didn’t belong to me) it would be considered a crime (sin) to this day; and I would be punished in some way by law enforcement for my crime!