There are tunnels leading to the darkness of hell as well. One could have your name on it.
It is no threat to the unbeliever. I have seen the reality of it myself. Don't be a loser.
I don't see how I'm equating or conflating the two. Faith is faith whether you're otherwise a credulous person or not.
I've already shown you a photograph of the Holy Spirit. By the time you see the "evidence" that you are looking for it could be too late.
FBM wrote:Faith requires evidence. (Hebrews 11:1)I don't see how I'm equating or conflating the two. Faith is faith whether you're otherwise a credulous person or not.
I realize believers rely on only circumstantial and anecdotal evidence, but such evidence resulted in 80 year prison sentence for a Snohomish County (Washington) man this week.
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
Hebrews 11:1, KJV:Quote:I'm not speculating on the origins or nature of the cosmos. I'm talking about a view of world affairs from the point of view of the naive realist, as close as I may get to the unsophisticated, yet sagaciously aware first century man.Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.
Evidence: It's what we make of it that leads to faith or denial.
For some, that may not be enough. But I hardly think my belief to be based on credulity.
I find ample circumstantial and anecdotal evidence to convince myself beyond a reasonable doubt.
I present it on this board. So far, after about 10 years, I seem to have convinced no others.