Posted May 29, 2012 by lordgriggs in Uncategorized. 1 Comment
Is Extraordinary Evidence Needed to Prove the Resurrection? | Tough Questions Answered
viaIs Extraordinary Evidence Needed to Prove the Resurrection? | Tough Questions Answered.
Posted by Lord Griggs on May 29, 2012 at 9:43 am
Some people revel in believing the absurd. Ti’s better to assume that the supposed witnesses had single and collective visions as Paul himself had, and thus he was no witness himself. Who verified that those five hundred saw the same vision?
Many others accomplished what Alexander did so the comparison is absurd! No evidence exists for the Resurrection-just a tall tale,folks!
We skeptics-open-minded- thus have no reason to take up his chharge to read any of those books as they all suffer these deficiencies.No, he should take our charge to fathom the facts about mass hallucinations. We have evidence for such, and thus that counts against his supposed evidence.
David Hume’s corollary to the presumption of naturalism still stands as against miracles unless one can upend it with facts.
Jim Jones and Granville Oral Roberts claim to have brought others from death to life, but they didn’t no matter what any witnesses might say!
Skepticism for that more abundant life.
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