Therein, lies the problem. It isn’t nonsense. In denying God, you’ve chosen hell. That’s unfortunate. You may think that you are free to say whatever you want, whenever you want, and reject the idea that there are consequences to your words and actions, but there are consequences, whether you believe it or not.
And you’re very familiar with them. You’re complaining about them.
Matthew 12:36 I tell you, on the day of judgment men will render account for every careless word they utter;
Heck, no. Not “second hand” or “third hand” or “hundred hand” time kinds of testimonials. Only personal testimonials are allowed in court, and even those are not accepted without scrutiny.
And that’s what we have thousands of. Personal testimonies that are tested and scrutinized to death.
And one piece of physical evidence trumps a hundred testimonials.
We have thousands of those, also.
That’s what I said.
Apples and oranges. That would be “meditative” prayer, not “supplicatory” prayer. I am afraid it is you who does not know what she is talking about. (Meditative prayer is just fine.)
You’re not even in the ballpark. There is nothing about meditative prayer that forbids it being supplicatory.
That is sheer nonsense.
Wow, your powers of argumentation are splendid!
There is only one logic. (Except maybe the “military logic”. Just kidding, of course.) That “love” does not manifest itself to us in any shape or form that we can recognize. If you Google “famine in Africa” and see those horrible pictures and still retain that God’s love is “immeasurable”, then you should be honest and clarify:
One thing at a time. Focus on yourself. The fact that you live, breathe and have being. Who made you? And why?
“God’s love is so small that it is nonexistent and therefore immeasurable”.
There, see? You’ve made your choice clear again.