. . . only a face to face conversation can come close to tackling such questions.
No. Evidence is evidence, and you should be able to provide it. You are correct it is easier to browbeat and cajole people face to face.
. . . not the biased (media-based) opinion most of you seem to have.WARNING!!! There are strawmen about! Be warned of the fire-hazard!
Most of us base it on the texts and resulting traditions. The fact that the texts are myths--the Earth is not actually flat nor did it end about 1,850 years ago--sort of force us to stick with reality.
You will most likely say rude mean things, but here it goes anyway.Argumentum ad veritatem obfuscandam
: methinks you will consider mere rebuttal "rude."
Everyone sins against God
Was that it? FAIL.
Which god by the way? You should specify. Different rules, preferences, et cetera
Sorry, not evidence.
Graciously, God gives us all a choice to believe in Him.
Not according to the NT. In Jn you must be "from the above." If you are "from the below" you are scrod to use the pluperfect subjunctive. In Mk, Junior PREVENTS people from being saved. So not much of a choice there.
I know amputees who are Christian and say their lives are great because. . . .
I know people who think the coffee maker speaks to them. I know people who are amputees through no fault of their own recognize that fairy tales do not make things better. So I see your anecdotes and raise you reality.
Would suggest you stop preaching, son. We have seen it before. It is vain and unseemly.
Every child dying in every cancer ward demonstrates the impotence of your fairy tales.
Welcome to the forums!
Two drink minimum. . . .