Does it make sense that after Adam ate of the fruit god would condemn all of mankind until Jesus sacrificed himself? Does 1 perfect person's sin really equal 1 perfect person's sacrifice plus billions of imperfect peoples death and suffering?
Jesus' sacrifice to save mankind really was not a sacrifice at all if he knew he would be raised up after 3 days.
Also, Satan's 'temptations' of him were not really temptations at all if he knew god would give him the kingdom; or, in the case of the trinity belief, if Jesus is god then there was definitely no way any of it was a sacrifice or temptation because he new he would save himself and Satan could tempt him with something he could have at any moment.
Do the 'sins' the average person does in an average lifetime really fit the punishment of eternal damnation? Would a just god really do that? What about the worldwide suffering that has occurred since the garden of eden? How does one sin from a 'perfect' man mean that everyone has to suffer?
Even if we are given our lives back through Jesus' sacrifice how is god going to compensate us for the billions of cumulative years of pain and suffering? Our imperfect worldly governments allow us to sue others for this so would not a perfect god understand there is still an unpaid debt?