Ok. Miracles are the manifestation of God power in the physical word. So what you want for me is backing up my answer "Miracles happen, even today.
The links and the personal testimony I gave you are not enough to back my claim?
If so :
Do you think that people can get lucky? even today?
If possible could you back up your answer?
I asked you to backup your claims about miracles, with actual evidence (not anecdote or hear-say) and all you came back with was an attempt to change the subject. Could you get anymore dishonest? I wonder if you are actually a psychopath. Do you feel nothing when you are lying for Jesus?
Why are you now, even more dishonestly, attempting to shift the burden of proof (while attempting to change the subject) instead of actually dealing with the rebuttals that are before you?? You have committed at least
4 logical fallacies in this discussion so far
(false analogy, argument from incredulity, shifting the burden of proof, and red herring). Why so much squirming and no actual evidence?? Is it really that
hard for you to admit that your initial claims about miracles are mistaken and that you do not have the evidence you once thought you had for your belief in them? What is so hard about admitting your own ignorance? Isn't that the more intellectually honest path? If you are unwilling to come clean here then please demonstrate how anyone can independently tell the difference between a miracle and a non-miracle.
Second, I don't know what you mean by "lucky" and I'm not even going to allow you to change the subject, even one more time, until you deal with the rebuttals that myself and others have presented in earlier posts.
Btw, to second Greybeards point (and I noted this earlier) you are attempting a false analogy - trying to compare the natural with the alleged "super"natural. Once again, in regards to a bank we have demonstrable and independently verifiable and explainable examples of banks, tellers, managers, buildings, money, desks, computers, customers service lines, online banking and all the rest. We do not
examples of a demonstrable "God", "Holy Spirit", "afterlife", "immaterial", "miracle", "demon", or "soul". These are just your assertions
which you have asserted without any actual evidence (just hear-say).
Must we actually provide you an example of what evidence looks like? If I claimed their were things called "chairs" - which were seats for a person to sit on which typically consist of 4 legs and a back rest - you could actually go online and find pictures and video of chairs and you could buy one online yourself to verify it, or you could go to a place called "Wal-Mart" and buy one yourself. You could even go into the store and try out these "chairs" first, without buying one. Furthermore, you could have other disinterested and independent people check to see if I'm telling the truth by seeking out chairs in their home towns and reporting back with the data. You could also do a similar procedure with a Liger! It's called actual evidence. That is what you need. In fact, you need mountains of actual evidence because you are making an extraordinary claim and extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. Otherwise..."That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence."