I am not disputing you, but once you go outside of the physical existence of things, that is where it becomes entirely speculative. It is theoretically possible to "infer" spiritual activity (that is, non physical energy of some kind that effects our physical existence or something, including our thoughts, emotions, and so forth) by measuring physically existing stuff that we can actually see and measure objectively. Indeed, that is the basis for the theory of dark matter, which likewise is said to be invisible and not directly measurable, but which is inferred by scientists on the basis of their observations of visible matter and the way it behaves.
That's why we have something called medishare. See, that's an example of middle ground.
So you claim.
Seems you're getting triggered again.
well of course. You are a quality person of refined taste, style, and excellent character, like the rest of us Laurel types.
I don't hate the dark, exactly. I actually prefer to sleep in total darkness. I just don't like walking by dark rooms. I also don't like leaving my bedroom door open or my closet door open at night when I go to bed.
I would not call this an attack - maybe an encounter. As an adolescent I would some times stand in front of a mirror and do my air guitar performance to a favorite rock band. One day while in my basement I was girating to the sound of Too Rolling Stoned by Robin Trower (one of the best ever if you know guitar music). Sadly this activity is embarrassing but I had a compulsion to do it. While getting my fix in a flash I saw a palid gray figure overlaying my body with flames at its feet. Needless to say I was shell shocked. I immediately stopped and never did that activity again. I was scared and interpreted it as meaning I was going to hell. Here?s the kicker I was brought up Reform Jewish without any teaching of a fiery afterlife potential as in Christianity. Eventually the fear drove me into Christianity but I have left that now in favor of my original tradition in Reform Judaism where we have no concept of a demonic kingdom under the devil. Nonetheless I can not deny that strange experience.
I have in my spirit a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, I was made for another world, that of a heavenly one. Every man woman and child have struggles in life. I turn to the God of the Universe who Created me and Saved me for help and He hears me and gives me amazing grace and inner peace. It is a peace and love that the world does not know or understand. I wish all would find that peace, that peace that is found in Jesus Christ.
What do you think?
Yeah but that isn't what we were talking about. I was saying I have never seen any evidence and asking you to give some. You asked me to prove it (conveniently avoiding giving any evidence for your claim of course.) Asking me to prove what I have personally seen, all there is for that is my own memory of what I have seen. That is of course trivial and of little importance. But that level of triviality is what you get when you try your stupid little trick of trying to reverse the burden of proof. It is you who claim that there is a god and that there is evidence. Evidence that you constantly avoid giving and instead just try to divert attention away from the fact that you are totally unable to provide any.
She looks like an ad., for an anti-bad breath mouthwash Can you imagine the stench!
Anybody who answers to the people instead of the special interests sliding them cash on the side. I don't hare if we have to raise salaries 20 fold in order to get the politicians working for us again.
What would make you think I was questioning whether gravity and physics "are real?" Have I implied this? I certainly did not intend to. Perhaps my use of "assuming a can opener" hasn't been clear? This is a statement about skipping blithely over a thing's origins/source/coming-into-existence, not a statement about the thing not being real.
RebelRose, how do you understand this verse?:
Not the topic. I ask again. Is it your claim trump does not lie?
IT may be true that all communists are atheists. But it is absolutely untrue to claim all atheists are therefore communists. Or that atheism leads to mass slaughter.
Sure, a man born of a Jewish woman could convert. /s