You know, I was really expecting a real clincher for the last one, but this is just a big letdown. That's it? That's the theist's best argument? Shit.
Other than that someone said Jesus said the stuff he supposedly said in the Bible, what other evidence have you got that he really said it? And could you submit that evidence in a court of law? If the theist doesn't have any evidence that could pass one of the hearsay exceptions in court, they got nothing. You know, there is a reason the rules about hearsay exist: hearsay is unreliable. It's perfectly possible that the followers of Jesus were the biggest conmen history has ever known.