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And does his cross fly? I bet NOT!
(Legend of the Liquid Sword, 1993, where Jesus fights Batman and drives him off. By the way, Jesus is a charlatan and Batman's a vampire. Yes, it's a weird movie. About 1:29:00 in the movie, and the whole thing's on YouTube.)
I can say " hey look because this problem was solved and this one dude was brought to justice this proves that this fictional diety named Zeus is real" but it isn't true just because i say it or if millions say it
Artifacts dont prove they exist unless historical evidence was brought up
science has broken the mindless praying to a fake god and into the realm of actual understanding how things really work
We can admit we are wrong , and learn from our mistakes rather than cause suffering
But besides the religious part I personally don't judge or care where your beliefs or background is , I'm sure your a good person
"Science has broken the mindless praying to a fake god" actually no. Read "God Gave Us Reason, Not Religion" by Bob Johnson. Good stuff, the Creator has evidence behind it and actually cannot be disproven by the science you tout. Do agree that judging by beliefs should take a backseat to judging by more prudent things like actions, though.
Back to the matter at hand, Jesus can defeat a literal fallen angel-turned-Ghidorah-esque dragon (which scales to lesser angels able to track and follow light-speed sunlight, solo entire armies and destroy entire cities) whereas Batman is still only a man incapable of anything beyond somewhat-superhuman feats and gadgets that Christ's miraculous abilities would have no problem casting aside like toys.