video : Christian missionaries trying to defend their belief in God


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  1. The bag analogy is true for most. Not true for the few that have a much higher perspective. But obviously religious fools will fail every time. They are spiritually incapable of looking at things from a higher perspective. They are completely materialistic. a view that always leads to failure! keep up the good work Marcel! Force people to look at their beliefs.

  2. When logic fails and your attempts to dodge the questions aren’t working, bear your testimony. That seems to be the go to response for most Mormons when faced with challenging questions. The good news is 50% of LDS missionaries leave the church within a year of returning home, and thanks to you pointing out the flaws in their logic, you probably just increased the chances that they will be part of that 50%. Well done.

  3. Feelings are not facts.
    Scientific facts are not based on feelings.

    In science, a fact is a repeatable careful observation or measurement (by experimentation or other means), also called empirical evidence.
    Facts are central to building scientific theories. Various forms of observation and measurement lead to fundamental questions about the scientific method, and the scope and validity of scientific reasoning.
    In the most basic sense, a scientific fact is an objective and verifiable observation, which is intended to explain or interpret facts.

    Scientific facts are generally believed independent of the observer: no matter who performs a scientific experiment, all observers agree on the outcome.
    In addition to these considerations, there are the social and institutional measures*, such as peer reviewand accreditation*, that are intended to promote *factual accuracy (among other interests) in scientific study.

    All of their statements are fallacious and they make claims, which they do not have any proof of.
    They say they know how god feels about they. They use faith to pretend to know things they do not know.

    In the words of Matt Dillahunty: Faith is not a pathway to truth, faith is Gullibility.

  4. Those different kind of feelings come to them and they speak to them in different ways.

    when I was Christian I used to give God credit for my own subconscious. then I realized this was not god speaking to me, they were just my own ideas. Faith isn’t evidence and god isn’t real. your welcome

  5. The contents of that closed bag are inanimate objects that give no clues to their identity. The contents of that bag are not an entity that desires to be known.

  6. Faith is NOT believing in something without any evidence. If that were the case you could believe in absolutely anything. Religious faith is complete trust and belief in God based on personal evidence of his presence in your life. If you have no personal experience of God, you cannot have real faith.

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