The test for prophets in the Bible is if what they say comes to pass, then that prophet is of God. Would that test satisfy you?
I was talking about the process for evaluating the evidentiary value of a subjective, experience. A prophecy presumably prophesies an objective reality, which is a different matter.
Also, a prophecy has to be specific, and not fulfillable by multiple potential events, cant be contaminating the reports of the fulfillment of the prophecy, etc., etc.
I believe I used Occam's razor rightly when the only logical explanation is a spiritual one.
Except you didn’t, as I recall, produce an actual logical distinction for which, after properly rejecting all but one explanation, we would be left with the necessarily true one. But we’d have to go back and re-litigate that one. Which is OK if you want to.
You won't consider my subjective evidence that I find convincing that God exists.
Strictly speaking, I definitely would consider it, I have considered it, but I have found it in sufficient.
You won't consider the claims of those who knew that Jesus died, rose from the grave and ascending into heaven in front of them, either.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. Mere writings, without a secure chain of custody for the originals, when we have no physical objects, nor people we can interrogate, about what is arguably the most fantastic claim one could make, isn’t enough.
Does your atheism get in the way of you finding anything other than what you already believe?
But what I believe in this regard is believed on the basis of an open and articulable epistemology, one that has had much success (as used by science). As I’ve said, I’m completely open to some other process or method, but every time I ask you for it, I never get back from what exactly what that process or method is. So it’s not my fault I’m stuck with science.
I choose to believe the relationship I have with God is real based on the evidence I have experienced of him.
it’s insufficient evidence for accepting the claim, and it has no articulable process or method of checking, etc.