In the first reading, Russell attacks the character, teachings, and morality of Christ and Christians, along with the actual practices of Christians, arguing that this invalidates Christianity. In the second reading, Russell argues that Christianity (and by extension Judaism and Islam, as well) can't possibly be true because, given the nature of the mind's connection to the body, it is not possible for us to survive bodily death. Explain both arguments. Explain only these arguments. You do not have to explain Russell's responses to proofs for the existence of God, or any other of his arguments.