Then you admit that the bad does not happen in that same amount of time.
The person who knows he is right does not even entertain When will it happen.
You show your hand and lack of confidence
A law that is not absolute but is still a law would be subject to another law then. But that doesn't change anything. It is still lawlike. The tax code has many stipulations of law but you do have to pay $X dollars when the lawlikeness reaches its exhaustion.
Why are you always assuming and projecting your own insecurities?
You don't even know what confidence is, let alone being honest.
I could embarrass you by making you give your little speech to the world on what confidence and honesty is. But I won't, some here know already, can you believe that? and you didn't get to lecture. Wow.
What a pompous windbag...still there is the humor value
There is no God. There is no proof of him. I believe in science and math. For example, gravity. You can see gravity in effect when you drop something, and it can be expressed by this mathematical equation F=G(m1 • m2/r²). Give me mathematical proof of God and show me proof of him in effect, and I'll believe.
The real question is, what has belief got to do with it? God is an experience
and outside the field of time and thought. Arguing belief and non-belief is sort of a way of avoiding the issue. It kind of puts theists and atheists in the same boat. True religion seems to be only expressible through poetry and music. Maybe, there are other ways. Tell me. Zen koans?
Or as 14th century mystic, Meister Eckhart said, "We are all meant to be mothers of God...for God is always needing to be born."
He was due to be tried for heresy for that, but died first.
It's impossible to show proof of any god. Religion is based on faith only. That's the reason there are so many religions in this world. Man has to believe there is a creator or some omnipotent something that created all "this." Some of us believe the cause is nature (natural outcome of our environment), and trust science over any book written 2,000 years ago that has many errors, omissions and contradictions. Homo sapiens evolved from primates, and this planet is not 7,000 years old as the bible claims. Scientists tell us this planet is 4.6 billion years old. Some believe in both, but I view that as a contradiction.
I always confused the words belief and faith, and always thought they interchangeable, but this quote cleared things up for me:
"If we cling to belief in God, we cannot likewise have faith, since faith is not clinging but letting go."
Alan W. Watts, "The Wisdom of Insecurity: A Message for an Age of Anxiety"