"Christianity" is why the modern world exists. It created modern STEM and its ethics is the justification for the West's judiciary systems and social contracts.
These are objective facts that no honest person can deny.
But did you know Christianity is the only religion that has empirical evidence for its credibility?
I'm a writer and analyst with 30 years' experience writing data-driven documentation. My field of expertise (70,000 hours of experience) is correlative anthologies - works that have multiple contributors but one message. These are proposals, project execution plans, and business plans for major ventures. Other examples are text books or user manuals that have multiple contributors.
I am a Christian, specifically, a Latter-day Saint, who was once an atheist. My faith returned in early 2016 due to discovering something I know is impossible about the New Testament: It is a correlative anthology (my area of expertise) because it has a single, coherent cosmology or picture despite its authors didn't work within a common frame (beneath a team lead or follow a common specification such as author instructions or guidelines) and neither was there a common editor who harmonized the NT books to create a single message.
When one understands how correlative anthologies are made and know they require two external constraints that didn't exist with the New Testament writers; it is as if one is seeing God write the New Testament himself.
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I want people to ponder - about who they are and why they're so important to God; about their natural rights that are inalienable - they cannot be taken away from them by the state or by anyone unless they've violated the natural rights of others or broke the Social Contract; about how much they and the world owe Christianity; about how beneficial the West and the United States in particular have been to the betterment of humanity.
I want people to feel proud - about Christianity's role in utterly transforming the world where its moral views are the foundation of just laws everywhere; about how much better they are when they overcome the human nature to take advantage or harm the weak outsiders and instead to view them as their neighbor; about the role the United States of America has played in bringing freedom and tangible benefits to billions of people over the past 70 years.
THE GOD WHO WASHES FEET: Assessing Christianity's Credibility (approx 600 pages, $31.99 HC) is the first book to detail an astonishing objective fact about the New Testament: It is a frameless, unharmonized, correlative anthology.
Somehow, nine authors wrote 27 books containing at least 55 major doctrines and 180 doctrinal concepts that perfectly fit together to create a single cosmology--without using a common editor to harmonize the books, and without writing within a common frame (using the same guidelines, standards, specifications).
THE GOD WHO WASHES FEET demonstrates the New Testament really has a single cosmology when these 55 doctrines are grouped according to whether they refer to the Pre-Mortal Jesus, Human Jesus, Resurrected Jesus, or Glorified Jesus.
The New Testament should not exist. It is impossible for multiple authors to produce deliverables that blend, without using a common harmonizing editor or write within a common frame, because humans cannot read each other's minds.
And yet, there it is ...
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