Originally posted by 667joeIf you see someone say yes to this, than what? You want it documented, or you just
To my theists friends........Have you ever had a prayer "answered" in such a way that it could only be explained as a miracle as opposed to occurring based on an explanation not involving a supernatural power?
Originally posted by 667joePeople can explain away anything, who cares? If I say something happened
My thought is no one will be able to give me an example that can't be explained without the necessity of god. So far no one has.
Originally posted by AllnightlonggEvery time I come to a traffic light I pray to God to turn it green. It always works! It's a miracle!
Mine was a flood. I prayed on and off over a period of about two weeks. I was going crazy and would get down on my knees and pray for rain. Never had anything like it happen to me before or since. About 6 months later I had to leave my home as flood waters started coming into the house. The next day I couldn't get back into the town as every exit was b ...[text shortened]... nding to predict floods and I would say the same for earthquakes well in advance.
Originally posted by FabianFnasThese are pretty slim odds with only one ticket that was the right color.
Every time I come to a traffic light I pray to God to turn it green. It always works! It's a miracle!
Sometimes it works within the second, sometimes I have to wait in a minute or more. But in the end it always turns green! Praise God, Hallelujah!
Originally posted by jaywillWhy does this keep coming up in this forum? What does your list of "pagan writers who refer to Jesus Christ" have to do with anything? Do you think it constitutes evidence for something? If so, what?
Nineteen (non biblical) pagan writers who refer to Jesus Christ.
Originally posted by FabianFnasSix months for a rare once in lifetime event that you were at the door buying a ticket. This makes lotto a joke.
Right. If you wait for the rain long enough, the rain comes. Prayers are unneccessary.
I thought you understood the satire.