Laughable, coming from you.sigh....
Apparently, you're not very good at communication skills.
My answer to your question stands nevertheless.I was taught to re-state in my own words, what others say, so I can make sure I'm understanding them correctly. And do so with a question mark, so they can see that it's a question, and not just a statement.
Did you miss the question mark? It's really clear if you actually read.
Btw, how many time have you not actually read or understood articles you link to? I've lost count.
He claims it's the nature of his experience. Didn't you listen to what he was saying?In what manner is it self-verifying?
How can you verify the bible with physics?Physics systems are self-verifying too.
If I threw a ball, in a standard manner, with a light enough hand that it travels in an arc, subsequent research will bear out that the equations match that same pathway.
Thus, I can verify that trajectory by the means given in physics texts/research.
So, how did he say he could verify it?
Right, I will hold you to that.
Yeah, you're definitely NOT paying attention.
I have NEVER once stated I "feel it." My feelings are the worst possible gage of knowing truth.
You see, you're being vague again. Test what against the biblical narrative? Why are you afraid to fully explain yourself?I have repeatedly stated, far more times than I can count, that I test it against the biblical narrative.
If it matches the biblical narrative, then I know it's true.
Which is what exactly? Why are you always so vague?In like manner, by using the bible, we can determine whether or not God is doing what he said he'd do.