Yet you offer nothing by which I should believe that.No, I did not claim that. Why do you constantly invent things that others haven't said
No, it's not. This "you have to wait..." is new for you. Of course, it's your comeback to the fact that many of us have done exactly what you have said...and got nothing.
No, that's not remotely the problem. But it's amusing to see you try to put your inability to evidence your beliefs on me.
Strange. You have no problem working through this, but you can't work through the two questions below?Let's see...my philosophical view that claims need to be evidenced? Of course I did. And it worked out fine. It always works out fine until you get to unevidenced nonsense, like religion.
Seems like you're filled up with all kinds of biases and preconceptions that are all about your tiny world view.
So is your statement.Unsupported.
One is asking about interaction between me, and another person, and you are not around to actually observe, and the other is about you and another. Both without my being there.I don't understand these questions. They seem to say the opposite thing.
It's not that difficult a concept.
So, tell me something..... can I relate to another person, from who knows how many hundreds, or thousands of miles away from where you live, and you gain the benefit of that relationship?
How about you? Can you relate to another person, whom I've never met, or heard of before, and gain the benefit from the relationship you're enjoying?
Yet you keep refusing to describe the details of what that entailed, so you can be further understood.Did it. For years. Got nothing.
I've long wondered why you would continue to do this. The only thing that actually makes any sense about this is that you didn't actually do that, and you don't want anyone to know what the truth is so you keep it hidden, so you won't find out that you were wrong about what you thought christianity is.
I would think that you could detail it quite easily, just so you could actually prove that you are right and I'm wrong.
But your ongoing silence about it looks like you did what you thought was christianity but in fact was not.
This is actually quite common an issue for people.
Did you spend time praying?
To whom did you pray?
Did you read the bible regularly? How many times did you read the bible from start to finish?
Did you engage in weekly meetings with others who were following Jesus?
Did you engage in conversation with other Jesus followers about the bible studies you engaged in?
Do you go out and talk to others about Jesus and the gospel? With topics such as sin, judgment, righteousness, repentance, forgiveness, the new birth, eternal life and death?
Did you engage in feeding the poor, visiting people in need, clothing the naked, helping people in need?
Or was it merely a cultural thing that didn't entail the bible, biblical activity, reading, prayer, church involvement, etc.?
These are pretty simply describable.
Experiences like this are what Jesus followers do.