Two words:Precognitive Dreams.1) Proves a Divine Being exists.2) Proves "He" wants to communicate with us.I've had a couple dozen precognitive dreams come to pass in my life, and I'm not ashamed of the fact I've gotten a few wrong before in the past too, because I'm imperfect.3) An Archangel told me my sister's cancer was cured, in a Precognitive Dream, and the next day it was true. What do you have to say about that?I know, you're going to claim that I misremembered, but I told my family that day that I had dreamed the cure.So what do you have to say about that?You have nothing, Atheist. I have experiential evidence and Testimony.I have four rational arguments for God's existence. You have no rational argument for everything happening for no reason, as most Atheists believe.
@Wade8888 That's indistinguishable from your personal delusion. Only convincing to people on the absolute bottom rung of critical thinking skills.Don't waste my time until you have something worth responding to.
@Wade8888 Also WTF does your reply have to do with my post? You didn't really address anything I said you just threw out claims.
Take a Philosophy 101 course at University whenever you finally graduate High School, little girl.You're very much ignorant of what real Critical Thinking happens to be.I am 97th to 99th percentile in every category on a WAIS I. Q. test AND the Myers-Briggs test. There is NOTHING wrong with my Critical Thinking skills.
@Wade8888 You've been outed as a liar about your IQ before. Bragging (And lying) about IQ is the mark of someone who is both aware of, and embarrassed by the knowledge that they're actually nowhere near as smart as they like to think they are. You're fooling no-one. I don't care about your low IQ. I care about how people conduct themselves in conversations. And you have repeatedly failed to grasp simple concepts or conduct yourself honestly. Learn.
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