What is the difference between Christianity and all other religions?
You forgot to explain this conundrum.
Atheists, read this:
1. A rooster and a hen
Get the egg directly from the cloaca of the hen. Punch a hole and drain the content of the egg. Did you feel any solid? And yet, after so many days, the chicks hatched. Where did the beak and the fine feather come from?
2. A man and his wife
We know that a man produces the semen in liquid form and the egg in liquid form also. And fertilization takes place. And after 40 weeks, a baby is born. But the baby died. After a few years, the baby was exhumed. Where did the baby's skeleton and hair come from?
I personally am an pluralist / inclusivity and believe that most religions, especially Islam and Judaism reveal the truth of God, considering they all originated in the same area, around the same time and feature common people. The main difference between the three books is that Christianity has Jesus dying for our sins, so that we can be redeemed from the original sin and eventually join God in heaven - no other religion has a God coming in human form/giving his only son to die for us.
Would I be correct in assuming that Ka Apaz performed life-saving medical surgery on you at her home in the Philippines?
If I don't see you next Wednesday then I'm sure you'll understand.
What will cause WW3?