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So, if a "normal person," (whatever that may mean) would pull the plug, a person of faith would spend countless hours arguing fatuously that there is no such thing as plugs and then ask for a thimble.
This is how you prove someone a lunatic.
You have my word as a Christian, that.....
chalk on blackboard to me.
When someone tells me they are a person of "faith," what they are doing is trying to get me to think of them as a morally good and/or superior person. What I actually think of them is that I'm speaking to someone who is, at least in one aspect of their life, completely delusional.
Faith virtually by definition is a dependence on nothing. It should therefore be no surprise that it proves nothing as well.
When I hear someone speaking words of their "faith" like "the Lord" and whatever, it strikes me like I'm hearing a crazy person speaking. I can't handle such nonsensical strangeness.
Can one be "proven" to be a lunatic by anyone? "If you get an outfit, you can be a cowboy, too." - Smothers Brothers.
Does it prove that one is a lunatic?
Well said, Herr Nietzsche.
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