Less, you don't act like someone secure in their faith. You act like a scared animal backed into a corner, scratching and biting for survival. You've done nothing but ramble and insult, not adding a single realistic point to the subject matter. You do more injury to the character of your Christ than you benefit it, by a kind and righteous example.
Let's bring this to the SUBJECT MATTER. Let's address one of the major points Bart D. Ehrman brings up. Give me a sensible counterargument, if you're able.
Mark and Matthew are the two earliest gospels, according to Christian and non-Christian scholars. In these two gospels you find Jesus speaking of a literal coming of the Son of Man, in the clouds, in power, and with the holy angels.
Let's look at the scriptures. Jesus is very clear the Son of Man is coming to earth soon, and some alive will see him with their own eyes.
Matthew 10:23 - When they persecute you in this city, flee to another. For assuredly, I say to you, you will not have gone through the cities of Israel before the Son of Man comes.
In Mark 8-9, these two verses are side by side, and remember, there were no chapter and verse to divide these in the original, so they flow into each other, in reality, and are not divided by the chapter number.
For whoever is ashamed of Me and My words in this adulterous and sinful generation, of him the Son of Man also will be ashamed when He comes in the glory of His Father with the holy angels.” And He said to them, “Assuredly, I say to you that there are some standing here who will not taste death till they see the kingdom of God present with power.”
Here is what Jesus says to the Jewish leaders in Mark 14:
But He kept silent and answered nothing. Again the high priest asked Him, saying to Him, “Are You the Christ, the Son of the Blessed?” Jesus said, “I am. And you will see the Son of Man sitting at the right hand of the Power, and coming with the clouds of heaven.”
In the earliest gospel, Jesus flat out tells the Jewish leaders THEY will see him coming with the clouds of heaven. BUT after all those men died, and it did NOT happen, Luke, who may have used Mark as a source of his copying, CHANGED this. Many scholars believe Mark was a source used for copying, used by the author of Matthew and Luke.
Same passage in Luke 22:
“If You are the Christ, tell us.” But He said to them, “If I tell you, you will by no means believe. And if I also ask you,you will by no means answer Me or let Me go. Hereafter the Son of Man will sit on the right hand of the power of God.” Then they all said, “Are You then the Son of God?” So He said to them, “You rightly say that I am.”
What!? Now the Jewish leaders are not going to see him coming in the clouds? It was changed to cover up the fact these men died and never saw him coming in the clouds.
The early Jesus of Mark and Matthew stated he would return and rule as the Son of Man, within that generation. But the later gospels change those verses! Luke even says, "The kingdom is not coming... it's within you..." Within you? And the latest gospel of John never mentions those verses about the Son of Man and his return in that generation.
Now, to the historical method. Was their really an apocalyptic movement in Jesus's day that believed the Son of Man would literally return to earth soon, and rule in a Kingdom where the reversal of fortunes would take place? YES. Was that same movement teaching the same thing Jesus was? YES. Look at even John the Baptist, who Jesus didn't keep company with before his baptism. You find John the Baptist uses the same language as Jesus. He speaks in parables, etc. All common the apocalyptic movement.
You see an evolution of Jesus when comparing the earliest New Testament manuscripts with the most recent. You find him moving away from the Son of Man, who would soon return in glory, to the Lord of the Heart, who would save even the gentiles.
Less, answer these problems, or just admit that you can't; and continue to use logical fallacies and sarcastic insults, which are the mark of a desperate man losing in the battle.