The story of Jesus
Yes, that does sound quite insane.
Could it be retold as a logic puzzle?
One is which creates All things from Stars to Humans.
The foundation of life is built on competition and fitness, so many of them die in excruciating ways while also enjoying life's endeavors up to that last moment.
The One eventually provided a man with a message of peace who, as a human trying to talk to other humans who identify God as perfection, identified himself as a peer of God while saying you are all my peers.
As the peaceful man was so close to perfection himself, the nature of existence must show us perfection for us to realize we are not perfect. The most imperfect people decided to use violence and destroyed a man preaching the path of peace while also admitting that war is inevitable at some level of oppression.
Now, we know we shouldn't kill peaceful people.
Is that a better version?
I wish more people could see the beauty of Gods story. He starts off as a sad murderous raving lunatic and then after a slow cooling down period of a few thousand years...he becomes a splendidly beautiful guilt ridden massochistic rapist...and he did it all for us...the lowly puny scum of the Earth. The unworthy. The transformation is so touching all four corners of the world can understand. Even Godless primitives in Japan!
LOL. Nice take on it.
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