A Water-Tight Person?
So as that little tag on my name tells you, I am a theist (not sure how it got there, but thanks!)
Anyway, I wanted to ask, atheists specifically, a question concerning the idea of a "water-tight" argument for the existence of God. A point was made to me today by a dear friend when he said, "God did not give us a water-tight case for His existence, He gave us Jesus Christ, who is the water-tight case for the existence of God. Think about it, no one has ever been able to say, 'Jesus should have said ____." Neither has anyone been able to look at any of Jesus Christ's actions and say, "He shouldn't have done that."
But this brought up an interesting question (in my heart, at least), namely - is there anything that you, as an atheist, see when you read the things Christ said, and say to yourself, "Christ shouldn't have said that, he should have said ___".
I suppose when people start responding I'll follow up with my other questions, so thanks in advance!