Is there a rule or law that says "NO INDIVIDUAL SHALL BASE HIS/HER RELIGIOUS FAITH ON TANGIBLE PROOF"?<quoted text>
You are disengenous about the word faith. Faith has more than one meaning and the meaning that applies to relgious faith is a belief that is NOT based on proof.
I dont know where you get the idea that all religious faith is of that nature; you are making hasty generalizations.
My religious faith is based on my real world experiences.
That was neither circular reasoning nor an unsupported claim; it was an expression of the differences I see between my God and an imaginary god(s)."Circular reasoning is described as a type of arguing where the person starts out with what they are trying to prove."
Which is exactly what you did when you attempted to offer me a single fact to show how your god and an imaginary god differ. You simply offered and unsupported claim that god created everything.
If you wanted evidence for my claim that God created everything, you should ask for it.
If you want TANGIBLE PROOF that my God is different from imaginary gods, you should ask for it. You did not specify whether you wanted proof or an expression of my perception.
I am not a death denier; I am a death defier :P... You are no brave person, you are a dishonest death denier denying the reality of a corpse going through life using the crutch of feel good mythology as a means to cope... The one clinging to absurd speculations is you faith filled theists who think you are half ghost! We know for a fact that when the brain is damaged or dies that it's function is lost. We have stroke victims who have had brain damage not be able to recognize a spouse of 50 years and we know this memory is gone, destroyed when the brain was damaged. We KNOW what happens when we die. We KNOW memory and awareness cease upon death. You just deny these facts and cling to a belief you are half mammal half ghost which is utterly absurd. Tell me, if a corpse is not enough proof for you that death ends personal memory and awareness then what would be enough proof for you you foolish death denier?
You have "stroke victims who have had brain damage not be able to recognize a spouse of 50 years and we know this memory is gone, destroyed when the brain was damaged..?"
Well I have Dr. Eben Alexande.
"Eben Alexander said he saw heaven during a seven-day coma brought on by bacterial meningitis and E. coli bacteria eating his brain. The experience happened, he said, as his brain had supposedly gone completely inactive. During the experience, he traveled on the wing of a butterfly with a biological sister he had never met, the adopted doctor said."
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/...
You are so nihilistic and fatalistic and all those bad -istics.
How old are you?
Do you have a boyfriend?
When was the last time you got laid?