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5th May 2009, 11:36 PM
Bah.... This can only mean 1 of 3 things?
1. It is True.
2. David is hallucinating.
3. Christian Propaganda.
It eats me at the core. I feel like finding david and check up on eye witnesses. This should be in public news. Not just in a blog.
6th May 2009, 12:16 AM
Hmmmm I think 2 AND 3 ;)
wonder if he is now going to start up a tax free ministry now that he has such a great drawcard ... he could really market this!
6th May 2009, 01:20 AM
Dying to Live by Susan Blackmore
I haven't read this book, but judging by the negative reviews on many religious/new age/supernatural sites, I reckon it might contain a pretty good explanation of what really happens when somebody has a Near Death Experience.
6th May 2009, 08:54 AM
I can't stand it. My brain keeps returning error to such logic.
Why doesn't he claim the prize money for proof of supernatural, I'm sure there are many institutions out there who have a bounty on it.
Imagine what they could do with the money? Build another house to God, send more aid and bibles to hungry children.
Why only through Christian news letters and blogs?
If this is not true then it is malicious because it misguides people into believing that their religion is true, when it could be nothing but just hot air. If it was real, heck who wouldn't want to join? Why are they being so selfish? Come out and come clean!!
Do we have any supernatural watch dogs that we can release on these people?
6th May 2009, 10:47 AM
"David Hume, the skeptical British empricist, said the only rational basis for believing something's a miracle is that all alternative explanations are even more improbable. Since the odds of being deceived are always greater than the odds of a violation of the laws of nature, he could foresee no circumstance in which it would be rational to conclude that a miracle had happened."
but that doesn't prove god!!
7th May 2009, 01:55 PM
I've been doing some thinking and... heck! Why should I even bother to refute their claims?
They are contradicting each other.
Does anybody know, which branch of christianity believes that we go to heaven immediately on death and which believes that we will have to wait for judgement day?
I say we let them check each other's proof.
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