Yet another strange question. According to the Christian belief, Jesus was the only begotten son of God, whom God himself sent to take our sins and save us. The Christian trilogy clearly says that Jesus is God and also introduces a third element called “The Holy Spirit”
Duh, okay, enough brain squeezing of irrational thoughts and let me come to the point.
If Jesus is God, the son of God, or whatever, then it is empirically (just to say so) deductible that this dude doesn’t die…
So how come we should owe everything to Jesus for his death to take our sins? Think about it: This dude doesn’t die, so his death is a theatrical play for us to witness the Wow! We were all fooled that this guy sacrificed his life for us, but this guy doesn’t die!
Again, this God is omnipotent, and capable of doing anything, so why would you consider his death and resurrection a miracle? I would consider it so if my grandfather came from the death using his own powers because that doesn’t happen in real life. But why would you consider the resurrection of Jesus a Wow event? He can do that so where is the strange thing?