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Odds On In “Odds On” of Crimes Against Logic by Jamie Whyte, Whyte points out that Christianity is no different from Islam or his made up religion, Blytonism, because they all lack enough evidence to warrant a belief in them and that they all have the same concept of Heaven and Hell, similar to thousands of other religions that exist. Whyte states that the chance of Christianity being the “right” religion is one out of infinity, basically impossible. Christianity can not be put in the same category as all the other religions out there solely based on the idea of the existence of Heaven and Hell. There are different aspects of Christianity that makes the religion unique such as the love and influence of Jesus Christ, historical influence from the Bible, and its millions upon millions of faithful followers. Whyte states, “I wonder if someone who had somehow managed to make himself love Jesus on the basis of this calculation would find that love reciprocated” (page 37).
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