Alan McDougall wrote:
My near death experience of which I know much more about than you do "Was not a hallucination of any kind"
Hallucinations are confused and meaningless.
How am I so sure my NDE was not an hallucination, because I have both hallucinated and had a profound NDE the difference between the two events was like comparing one to infinity
Well, Alan, but thine experiences surely cannot prove me or someone else that god exists. Frankly speaking I don't need god.
One remark: art thou not sinner? Why god should love thee and hate Hitler?
what is perfect? can you really define something as perfect when we ourselves are so far from it? whos to say your view of perfect is the correct one?
By God I am reffering to our devine creator, and what I believe is the only God. An all "perfect" being, an answer to unanswerable questions, and something that calls to my heart which i cannot explain.
I suppose perfect is something that can't be damaged. If god suffers from our deeds than he is not god. At least not perfect god.
And what is divine creator? Who told thee there is such thing? If I decide to have a child, I
shall be his creator.
Mircals. Our God has proven himself many times over to thos who did not believe in my opinion. Even things today such as the unchanged Qhoran, Wonders of nature on earth, an incomprehensible space...
and you assume thos were the only people on earth that had a belief? thats one small group of people out of the entire world. and sort of grounds for their belief did they have? just look at the Qhoran. it told that the world revolved around the sun hundreds of years before Galileo or Copernicus. and on top of that was written by an illiterate man.
First of all miracles are not proofs. If they really take place that indicates only how little we know about nature. "If not only 2000 years ago a man had resurrected from coffin and ascended to heaven, but now, before my eyes, and taught me from there that 2x2 is not 4, I should not believe him." Leo Tolstoy.
By the way, ideas we ascribe to Copernicus or Galileo were experessed in Ancient Greece.