The invasion of a body. Now by writing about this topic some will say that I must be an atheist. Well I can assure you that I’m not, but mysteries intrigue me. This is particularly true when it comes to the Holy Trinity.
Remember the Holy Trinity is of three, The Father the Son and the Holy Spirit. Whenever Jesus speaks of His Father, He says “my Father and I are but one”. Now in one of the commandments God says “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife.” But here’s where it gets me. Apparently God said to Joseph “Mary is with baby boy and He shall be called Jesus”. Now if Joseph did not impregnate Mary, to me it says that God went against one of His own commandments. But if He didn’t, then Joseph must have been Jesus’ father. But if God waited for the baby to come out before invading His body (because Jesus and God were/are one) then He didn’t break his commandment, but the fact remains that Joseph was and still is the father of Jesus.
Now if the archeologists would have been given a chance to dig and really discover what was needed to prove a lot of things about those old days,it might have changed quite a bit as to what went on. For example,the old testament has been changed because of some writings that were found that were different then what was in the old testament that was originally written. So if the archeologists would have had time to find all those things before the Bible was written in it's current form, more people might not have lost faith in being Christians. I believe their faith would have been entrenched in their brain with a better understanding.
The way the Bible is written now, it’s just like a "believe it or not" thing except for the Ten Commandments which is straight forward and can’t be denied. So to be sure that you are on the right track, just live according to the commandments. Even if you do think God is a myth, the morality in (most of) those commandments is pretty much irrefutable.