Hypothetically, if I claimed to be God or any sort of deity, what sort of proof would I need other than performing miracles?It is to my understanding that asking for proof will not go well since that…Continue
"Say you're God, and can do everything. no one can ask for proof because that would be questioning god. And you know what happens to those people... you smite them of course!
Sounds kind of silly doesn't it? but people swallow it up,…"
"yeah, just spend time together. You know they're almost at that age where they are too cool for their parents. So yeah, can go anywhere pretty much. fishing- day camping- any events thats happening in the city"
"I would stand by "The God who wasn't there". it is produced and written by a former christian. Anyway, if it does not make her question her faith, then I wouldn't knwo what would..unless god goes to her and says "yeah…"
"I think "The God who wasn't there" would serve as an eye opener. A subtle approach won't work on someone that is already in too deep. I believe you need something strong. But I can see your point. These days (not just…"
"That can get on my nerves really fast. If you be nice about it, they'll just keep bringing it up. Be really blunt about it, no one will bother you or hand out these pamphlets to you. The problem is people will evil eye you all the time,…"
"Most of the time you can't be nice about it. Some people just can't take no for an answer. In any case you're free to move to another job. I imagine that you knew what you were getting yourself into though, right? "
"The truth is if you be nice about it, it will just keep happening. Worse of all, the intensity will magnify, because they will see you that you're not being defensive about it and they will not leave you alone. DO NOT take the "nice"…"
"Agreed. none of them are mistakes. Mistakes are just unintentional results whether good or evil intentions. If someone were to murder someone and is found guilty. The mistake is that the person got caught.
And to comment about alternatives.…"