neither do people who think they know better, but truly are genuinely choosing to ignore truth they don't want to know.Rational people don't fear things they consider fictional.
It's ironic that I never feared sticking a fork in a live electrical socket as a child.
Nor did the electricians who were convinced they turned off the power to the 477V circuit they were going to work on.
Nor did the welder who believed that the gas was shut off on the pipeline he was assigned to repair.
They're all dead now.
Thankfully, my dad got my attention before I got the fork into the outlet.
Rational people also cannot place their trust in someone they have no reason to think is real.
Neither did those welders, electricians, and numerous others who were convinced that they had followed the instructions given to them to safely perform their jobs.
What I find so utterly curious is that there's an entire industry that exists explicitly because of those hundreds, indeed thousands of people who have died because they didn't do what they were instructed, and indeed quite familiar with.
So..... yeah..... you keep claiming that one.
You seem to think that your judgment on the effectiveness is a concern for me.You're preaching again. It's not effective.
My job is to simply be faithful.
You job is to decide whether you want to live or die.
Eternity is still a long time to be wrong.