He just doesn't want it bad enough for the majority of the human race. Since there are some pretty simple things he could do which would prove his existence to non-believers.
Yea... performing miracles and sacrificing himself/his only son are totally too small. He should have to do something important.
I can't help but to think that it doesn't really count, when he just revived his son after three days. I think a lot of people would gladly sacrifice them selves for three days, if they could.
The point isn't to prove his existence. All he wants is to be loved and for us to love. If we decide not to love and suffer his punishment because of it, we have nobody to blame but ourselves.
That's just cruel. I mean like dictator cruel, I'm sure that Kim Jong-il truly "loves" his country, and all its people. And the few who doesn't love him back, apparently got no one to blame but them selves, when they receives his punishment.
I know that the statement above is not the general understanding of Christianity - at least not in Northern Europe. But that statement is just purely cruel and egocentric.