Claiming that the Calendar proves Jesus
Every so often people claim that the fact that we use the year based on what at one time people thought was the year of Jesus's birth proves Christianity true. This is utterly absurd but leads to the following conclusions:
We also use "Tuesday" "Wednesday" "Thursday" and "Friday" so the Norse gods must also be real.
We use "Saturday" and "January" - and there is even a mutual funds company named "Janus." There are cars named "Mercury" and "Saturn" - and all the planets (and many other celstial bodies) have the names of Roman gods - so the Roman Pantheon must be real.
There are many men in the world named "Mohammed" so Allah must be real.
There are many cities in the world with "Santa" in their name, so Santa Clause must be real.
That guy is on the box of Lucky Charms so Leprechauns must exist.
Can't think of any more....
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