Here is link to Peter Kirby’s review of that debate: The Link
He gives his own description and spin on the nine items. I don’t know Mr. Kirby’s background, but he seems to be a non-theist.
I am curious what evidence your friend gives for Jesus being a myth?
William Demsar wrote: So I guess how it is possible for Jesus to have been fully human-ie, human in the same sense I am while at the same time being God?
William Demsar wrote: I have a question on the logical possibility of someone being both a man and God. ISn't it true that it is not possible for me to be GOd. ie in no possible world am I God. Isn't what makes this true that there is something logically incompatible between human nature and God nature? Isn't it the case that there is a difference in those essential properties that a human has and that God has? If there is no such essential difference in the essence of a human, then one speaks truly when they say-'Bill could have been God'. IF there is anything essential to the property of 'being human' surely it is being contingent, being limited in power and knowledge, etc. If there is anything essential about the property of 'being God' then surely it is not being contingent, not being limited in power or knowledge etc. It seems that the incarnation commits the Christian to saying that there is no essential difference in the properties that God has and the properties that Humans have. Isn't that just a little counterintuitive? So I guess how it is possible for Jesus to have been fully human-ie, human in the same sense I am while at the same time being God?