Top Ten (Failed) Proofs for God's Existence: Part 9

Posted By on June 1, 2019

Posted by Lewis Heart

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  1. The problem with this "proof" is that you can't use it to convince anyone else because it can't be demonstrated, by definition.

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  2. personal experience is the WORST kind of evidence. Studies on the horrible reliability of eye-witness reporting as well as all our cognitive biases make personal experience extremely unreliable.

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  3. the Cuneo material is interesting, I will look it up. It squares with what Tracie Harris (Atheist Experience) reported about journalist(s) reporting on paranormal and exorcism events. The believers had fantastical experiences but the journalists reported nothing or (in the case of reported levitations) wriggling and squirming but no levitating. Now I have an authors name to find out more. Thanks

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  4. Dutco is a liar, just like so many other clueless god freaks.
    Since he likes violating the ninth commandment on such a regular basis, I am sure he will enjoy burning eternally in his imaginary sky daddy's hell.

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  5. Mr. Dutko is suffering from a common delusion, Christianity. When he was younger he likely suffered from other ones, triggered perhaps by bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. He apparently avoided
    getting professional help. He could not admit a personal failing may have been responsible. That caused him all manner of needless suffering. Delusions are personal. They have no power to convince others. No body else saw them. They have no more relevance to sky fairies than the existence of ball lightning.

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  6. I've always enjoyed nasheeds. Kind of weird, I usually dislike religious music, but they're rather soothing. Well… If you ignore the words. I guess being in Arabic and Farsi and Urdu helps with that 😛

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  7. Several years ago, when I was a Christian, I attended a Bible Study at the home of one of the brothers of my church. It was late afternoon, and we were sitting in a circle in the living room. From my seat, I could see down a hallway from off the living room where there were bedroom doors in this hallway.

    As the sun was going down I noticed that the sun was shinning from a bedroom window on to the wall in the hallway. As a truck or large vehicle rode by the house it would block the sun and the shadow would move across the wall of the hallway.

    As I was watching a shadow move down the hallway, the woman sitting next to me jumped up and screamed, “”I just saw an Angel in the hallway””
    Another woman jumped up “” I saw it also””

    Everyone at the Bible Study jumped up and crowded into the hallway searching for the Angel.

    By the time everyone was back in their seats, the sun was down, and it would have been useless to try and explain what had happened. They were all convinced that an Angel had visited our Bible Study.

    By Sunday Service, it was official, the Pastor announced “”An Angel has visited our Bible Study. Praise God!””

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  8. Throughout the Gospels Jesus goes around casting out Demons.
    Do Demons exist?
    I am confident that demons are imaginary creatures.
    Is it a miracle to cast out an imaginary creature?
    If the casting out of imaginary creatures demonstrates the validity of Jesus' power, then it casts serious doubt on all the rest of the "Jesus Story.".
    My Christian friends……if you want to believe in Jesus you will have to argue that Demons actually exist.

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  9. I can't believe people grow up into adulthood clinging to the most childish of notions. "I swear I saw a spirit…only I can see him you see, and his names Howard…he told me I'm special…"

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  10. Oh! This reminds me of something I read about last year. I think this was in India. There was a statue of Jesus that was weeping tears. People came from miles around to touch the face of Jesus, and licking his tears off their hands. The janitor warned the people not to lick the tears, because there was some leaky sewers lines in the temple, and the tears was actually sewage!!! All those religious morons got all pissed off and started attacking the janitor because of his "blasphemy"! How's that for gross!!!

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  11. that is a really pretty song that starts at about 2:00 I want it. I mean, I know it's a religious song, but it's just beautiful sounding.

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  12. Evidence: the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid.

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  13. he says he seen hallucinations i get like that off my medication, dose he have mental health problems. i know a lot of people who got to church and they never say that have seen hallucinations 

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  14. Dutko should have led with this argument…it would have saved us all the bother of listening to a single additional word he said.

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  15. I have experienced some things ('ghosts' people, animals and things appearing and disappearing, strange lights in the sky and/or flying or swimming objects I could not identify {my definition of UFO USO} ) but that doesn't prove any kind of divinity to me just the possibility that there are things I don't quite understand. One time when I was sharing a home with many people there was an overnight guest who asked me if I would like to see something truly amazing after which there's a 10 minute gap in my memory which even after 40 years I can't recover IMVHO whatever happened was behind my ability to comprehend because One can only see what one observes, and one observes only things which are already in the mind.
    IMVHO If u don't see what someone else sees it's not because it's not there but because Ur not that person. Maybe logic (google it)

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  16. Vomiting can be the result of spirits infesting the body. I remember having a huge infestation of rum which caused me to vomit all night.

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  17. I am assuming the bruised fruit spells the name of Allah?  If so then this revelation in the garden of a non-believer would have no supernatural impact, and thus god would have missed an opportunity to prove he exists. 

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  18. The fact that you believe in crazy shit besides your god, is not proof of your god, but proof of your gullibility.  This argument hurts you more than it helps your case.

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  19. This video flatly fails to debunk the claim ''Supernatural exists''.But it also flatly wins at giving subtle excuses why it fails,aceptable ones at that.

    But in the end…Hinduist miracles can be explained as natural phenomena,or from the evil side that Christians believe.

    But honestly…no research was given into this at all.

    And one of the things that I didn't even care about was the ''debunking'' of exorcisms.

    Of course..not all exorcisms are supernatural.But those exorcisms are from mainly protestants…other exorcisms from other types of Christians are much more valid then protestant ones..the ones you see in America…the ones described in the book…

    Also..that Allah word in Arabic in the sea,tomatoes and etc…this is certainly a natural thing.

    It would be supernatural….if it turned into pure tint that doesn't dry offat all or something similar to that…..

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  20. Peter Griffin: Your Honor, I call to the stand my surprise witness: The Ghost That Never Lies.
    Everyone: OOOOOOOOOOH!
    Peter Griffin: But only I can see him and hear him, so I'll tell you what he's doing and saying.
    Child Welfare Agent: Objection, Your Honor! This is ridiculous!
    Judge: Objection overruled. I'll allow it. You had better be going somewhere with this, Mr. Griffin.
    Peter Griffin: Thank you, Your Honor. Ghost That Never Lies, did you witness the events that took place on that fateful day? You did. Well, how interesting. And do you see the culprit or culprits in this courtroom today? You do. Well, would you kindly point him or them out for this court? Don't point at me, you jackass!

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  21. I have seen a dog driving a car by quickly checking around seeing a dog at the kerb and a woman with matching hair colour in the driver seat of a car, my mind linked the two in an inaccurate way.  Second glance showed the dog wasn't at the wheel.
    I have had hallucinations because of being severely sleep deprived.  These are strange because at some level you know what you have seen is not right but your mind is telling you it was real.  Some of these have been illusions of light or figures walking in mid air, because my brain wasn't working properly.
    Another instance, actually a few instances, was when under the influence of medically administered morphine after serious injuries.  These were far more supernatural in appearance, not normal things with intense light or inaccurate placement, but full on freaked out sights and sounds I wouldn't normally even imagine in dreams.

    So having witnessed all of these supernatural or impossible things what do I conclude?  It is very easy to witness supernatural events if your mind is not working at 100% or your focus is elsewhere.  It doesn't equal a deity just that your mind has limits.

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  22. Once, when I drank a lot and used drugs, I fell asleep on the kitchen floor, and the Lord came to me in a dream and said; this is bullshit.

    Praise the lord!! I know what i saw.

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  23. Oh, well if the ghost hunters have seen it off-camera, it must have happened. Case closed. I'm off to church the moment I click post.

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  24. The problem with using the alien story and things like the milk miracle against Bob is that he wouldn't deny they were true, it's just the devil attempting to draw you away from god. He has a story how when he was younger he saw a UFO, and clearly a UFO. He now realizes it was a trick from the devil. You wouldn't believe all the crazy shit this guy claims to have seen and so he accepts every other persons claims of the crazy shit they've seen he just disputes the cause of what they've experienced. I live in Michigan so I'm exposed to more of the Dutko craziness than most of you

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  25. well Jainism is ok in my boog, still batshit crazy but they're not gonna hurt anyone and the more extreme they get the less likely they are to hurt anything

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  26. Wow i sat through this bullshit crap now u can sit through the simpson episode 16th season number 19 (GABF14).
    Do u realize that even if u are using primes as ur starter if u start doing base change and permutation u can basically get anywhere u fking want?

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  27. As i've explained in another comment in this series of video: NO they cannot coexist => Science= Logic and proof through experimental data, Relgion= Faith = beliving without proof, If u say that they can coexist u are an hypocrit. If u want to belive u have to rely solely on ur will to do so that is the definition of faith. Not having something dispooved DISEGUAL having it prooved, u can only say "oh it might be real" not "ok it is real"

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  28. Right. Grown mostly through conquest. Most modern believers don't even realize their ancestors were forced to believe or face death. Islam has been shoved down their throats too. They all have, even buddhists. We must be careful not to give a free pass to so called peaceful religions for they are quite the bully when they have the numbers.

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  29. If you see people appear and disappear in and out of existence its not proving supernatural activity…
    Its a prove that you're crazy!!!!!!!!!

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