Real person or not that doesn't make the Bible true. Obviously he never resurrected anyone. Also obvious, or it should be, is that when someone refers to Biblical stories involving Jesus they are referring to.... Biblical stories. Nobody denies the existence of the Bible. That actually IS an established fact. When adults talk about Biblical miracles they are discussing what is described as taking place in the Bible, not what actually occurred in history. It's like I asked a child how many bowls of porridge Goldilocks found and you come along and say HEEY! I thought you said the three bears weren't REAL!
it was more on speeddial let's say, instead of just a stored number ^^ (like how my mother often calls me and says ow, I wanted to call someone else. We dont have/do speeddials though never have. So it is more like an intuitive automatic without thinking thing)
The tower is called “tower of Bavel”, the ancient empire is called “kingdom of Bavel” and its capital is called “city of Bavel”.
The Hebrew bible draws a direct narrative, etymological, geographical and historical continuity between the three - saying that the city that sprung around the unfinished tower is called “Bavel” (Babylon) because in the tower building act God confused (“bilbel”) the languages of all people.
demand that she be born again or end up in Hell. She'd smile sweetly and reply: "I know I'm going to hell so, do me a favor,
and save me a spot next to you."
I'd probably not be the worst antitheist at this game. xD