You are trying to say that my belief that there is a dwarf planet called Pluto, since I have never seen it, is the same as you belief in a god; and that simply is not true.<quoted text>
Nice try anyways.
You gave it the old collage try. Nice job old chap.
1 a : to have a firm religious faith
b : to accept something as true, genuine, or real
: one who believes that there is no deity
There are several steps that I could take to see or calculate that Pluto does exist.
How do you know this? Simply, you have faith, blind faith, in a book. All know science contradicts that book.Oh and I too have very convincing evidence of my believe.
I too know earths history and how it was created.
How do you know this? Simply, you have faith, blind faith, in a book. All know science contradicts that book.I also know when and how the universe was created.
When was that?I too know when man first walked on the earth.
Other than a book and blind faith, what do you have? Do you have any tests to determine the age of rocks? Do you have any tests to determine the age of fossils? Can you explain how a flood covered the tallest mountains, yet left no evidence? Can you explain how Moses and crew traveled in a small area for forty years and left no trace?And I also know how it all ends.
Not that this information would help you out either.
Here is a very simple test. With science, I can start a fire, in my fire pit, anytime I like. I can do it over and over; I can invite people from all over the world and show them how to did it, over and over.
Can you ask your god to start a fire in my fire pit; even once and it happen?
You wouldn't even try such a thing! You know exactly what would happen. Nothing! So, you have to hide behind one verse in the NT. God has done it before, but you are too afraid to ask him to do it again! Oh, I cannot tempt god! LOL! You are not tempting anything! You are hiding!