1) Law, particularly western empirical law of tort, under presumption of sovereignty and therefore demand for reciprocity existed before idealism (mathematics), criticism (socrates), justification (plato), and empiricism (Aristotle), and their concluding movement (Stoicism, Epicureanism, and Roman Law). (Despite Augustine’s attempt to combine jewish law’s justificationism using pilpul and critique, with the greek thinkers use of idealism, and abandoning the result of the greek experiment: roman law, empiricism, stoicism, epicureanism, and tolerance for local cult and custom. )

1) —“Rebutting the claims of an existing creator?”—
Means, motive, opportunity, evidence, method of argument.
The motive is to create a lie using false threats and promises to provide the individual with immunity from the labor of reason, accept his position in life, and act obediently to priests, in exchange for monies (and in europe, lands). While at the same time ending the practice of literacy and preserving literacy only within the authoritarian system of deceits.

2) —“Or refuting the resurrection theory?”—
Means, motive, opportunity, evidence, method of argument.
Evidence is that this was all compiled from preexisting myths, and other than some otherwise indiscriminate fellow being crucified for agitating against the profiteering by jewish priests, the rest of the story is a fabrication, not the least of which was initiated by Saul of Tarsus.

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