Wasn't trying to prove anything teddy... and thanx, next time - if I missed the quotation marks - the link it'self would have shown those words. Was just sharing, and din't know it existed 'til 10 minutes before posted.<quoted text>
Hubble has revealed nothing that confirms that any god or gods exist or ever existed.
And even if it had, it could not confirm that it was your god, Osiris, Quetzalcoatl, Vishnu, nor any other named god.
There is no evidence for this.
Did you think that the scripture was prophetic? You should see scientific prophesy. It kicks that to the curb.
No it didn't. It merely claimed it without evidence. These kinds of claims undermine your credibility.
Men of science don't deny that there is power in the universe. They're the ones showing us its magnitude and nature. We see quasars, supermassive black holes and supernovas.
But none of that resembles a sentient, potent, purposive, volitional agency.
And good for you for indicating that the words were not yours. It is better to use actual quotation marks at the start of each copied paragraph, and at the beginning and end of the last one. Also, if you have a name, you should provide it.
So basically what you have done is dissect some-one's YouTube comments which they uploaded. Not mine.