>They are the ancestral religion of the White race. How could this not be important to you?
<my ancestors said XYZ therefore it's true!
This is an extremely weak claim that does not show me why your pagan myths are authoritative when it comes to truth claims.
>I've already explained that here: >>14449
No, you have not. You have made appeals to nature and appeals to pagan literature (and you can't give me a reason why these texts contain spiritual truths or any truth at all).
>I have had personal spiritual experiences
I won't doubt this, especially since you have said you have had a positive experience relating to Jesus from looking at a simple meme of him. And of course, just because one has a spiritual experience, does not mean that it is a good experience. 'Prelest' is a term worth looking up.
>It would also be ludicrous to assume that spiritual entities do not exist
That's never been my assumption. I am sure many of these pagan 'gods' are real. That doesn't make them worthy of worship, or show that these beings have any sort of good moral character when they frequently abduct humans just like the fallen angels of Genesis 6, and how they engage in bestiality, homosexuality, rape and general degeneracy.
>These people created societies which created the most beautiful art, the most treasured literature, the greatest minds and philosophers, the most vast and prosperous empires, and the most cohesive and harmonious communities.
That's nice, but again this doesn't give us any reason to believe that pagan literature expresses any sort of spiritual truth. I myself could appeal to art made by Europeans under Christianity like Rembrandt paintings or pieces of music like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3v9unphfi0
but it wouldn't make you think by itself that Christianity is in any sense true.
>Prophecies written by Jews with outcomes manufactured by jews.
This is just a cope, because there is no evidence of the conspiracy that you allege.
>The most anyone could claim with historical research is that Jesus, the man, existed and was killed. No more can be gathered.
Yes, and this still provides me more proof that Jesus was real, that he lived in Judaea, that he preached, and that he died via crucifixion. This is far more proof for my religion that any of your pagan nonsense, and it edifies my other believes.
>Both of which I have used to form my beliefs.
And again, it is worth pointing out that people from religions and weird cults all around the planet claim to have had spiritual experiences, and many of them likely have of some variety, but this doesn't prove that they are encountering anything expressing objective truths, or anything good, or that their beliefs have any basis beyond what they think they might have seen. Christians can point to things that have clearly happened that support (even if they don't prove) their claims. This gives the Christian a far more stable and well-supported rational basis for belief.
> All of the gospels were written decades after the death of Jesus by jews.
And again we come to the issue of presuppositions! Atheist scholars claim that the Gospels are from decades later because they believe that it is IMPOSSIBLE for Jesus to have predicted the events of 70 AD with the destruction of the Temple. This is why the allegedly earliest Gospel, Mark, is dated around this time. If one believes that Jesus could have predicted the Temple, it could have come from much earlier. And even before this we have independent sources from Paul which attest to the fact that Jesus was crucified, buried and rose on the third day, along with claims that the disciples witnessed the risen Jesus (just like the four independent sources in the gospels claim) from decades before Mark if we are to not accept the fact that Mark was written pre-destruction of the Temple.
>You are trying to justify, as a White man (I assume), following a religion entirely created by jews. Do you not see the problem with this?
No, I don't. I seek the truth, not what aligns with my political views at any given time.
>But when you believe in a jewish religion, you will never reach real truth.
Substantiate this claim.
>Jews are the opposite of truth
Are you denying that Jews can make true claims?
>They deny it and hopelessly struggle to create a world that cannot ever exist.
Christianity doesn't try to create an unachievable utopia on Earth, this is a modernist myth.