February 5, 2015 by Puppetocracy
A Look at Evidence We Want and Evidence We Should Expect
REMEMBER: Sometimes questions are better than answers!
Some Common Objections:
- “There is no proof for God!”
- “We can’t know if there is a God or that Jesus is the Son of God” (agnostic)
- “We do know that God does not exist and that Jesus is not the Son of God” (knowledge claim)
Questions to ask:
What is “Proof”?
“Does “proof” mean we need 100 percent, absolute, mathematical certainty — with no possible alternative explanations for the existence of God/Jesus as the Son of God?”
Does Proof mean to have “Certitude?”
- Means it cannot be challenged by the consideration of new evidence that results from improved observation
- It can’t be criticized by improved reasoning or the detection of inadequacies or errors in the reasoning we have done. Beyond such challenge or criticism, such judgments are indubitable, or beyond doubt. Note: This was…
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