We'll see.<quoted text> Congratulations, you're succeeding.
<quoted text> I'd actually prefer evidence, instead of your evidence-less and vague assertions. Whether that evidence could be scientifically evaluated is another matter.
Maybe Odin's spear, Gungnir, was a guided missile?
That sounds ridiculous doesn't it? And so it is with your "The alien Yahweh with the unknown radiation emitting craft", story.
<quoted text> I'm not deflecting, but you are cherry picking, and ignoring other stories that conflict with what you want to assert and obviously believe. I'm looking at the other stories contained in the same book(bible), which relate other encounters with the same deity, with a different outcome.
Those other encounters say there were face to face encounters, "wrestling", visits in the home, etc...
As noted in my previous post, it is I who is demanding evidence. You attempt to make an assertion of fact about the identity of a person you claim is fictional! Too funny.
Now you seek to equate a spear, a weapon ancients of the time were fully aware of, with a description of radiation, something they had no idea even existed! Really???
I'm really kind of shocked at the foolishness of your response so far. I really did expect more.
I could care less about other accounts. I'm not even attempting to claim who wrote any of them. I simply want to know how radiation was accurately described thousands of years before we even knew it existed!
The fact is, you can't, so you set up a silly straw man to avoid explaining it.