there is no such thing as hell
i can at best believe in hell.. stories are not real, as i cant see, hear, touch the stories beyond the words being spoken or where ever you get the story from. belief is false, be lie, as i dont know is true, and i have no beliefs
i see that i dont see a dog in my room right now, and i am certain that i am not, but i can believe there is a dog in my room that i cant see
i can believe that i will go to hell, no matter what i do, no matter what religion i believe in, and the evidence to back up this belief is equal to any religious story i can believe about hell
for me to claim, i will go to hell or heaven when i die, is not a true claim, but you claiming you are reading these words on a screen.. to you, is not an imaginary claim
possibilities are false, imaginary
possibility has at least 2 sides, so its false by default, reality is 1
You have made a claim: "there is no such thing as hell." The default position is to disbelieve that claim until sufficient evidence has been provided in support of it. Until such evidence has been provided, you have not met your burden of proof. Please provide evidence in support of your claim.
so hell is true?
no.. you are telling me hell is a thing.. show me where it is then, how do you know about it?
are stories things?
the evidence is hell is not real..
Your persistent questioning for me to prove that a hell exists is a fallacy known as Shifting the Burden of Proof . I have no burden, please stop trying to give me one and demonstrate your own.
stories are not things, concepts and ideas are not things
i cant hear see touch hell.. demonstrated, its not a thing
The fact that you cannot hear, see, or touch hell does not demonstrate that it isn't a part of reality. It could be beyond your ability to sense. Humans can only see a tiny fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum . Similarly, we can only hear a portion of the total range of frequencies . The senses of touch, taste, smell, and balance are necessarily related to how close you are to an object, so they are irrelevant in the detection of a hell unless you are near to it. The bottom line is that your failure to sense a hell does not mean that a hell does not exist.
As Pro, you claimed that, "there is no such thing as hell." You have not demonstrated that claim, and on more than one occasion, have tried to shift the burden to me. I had no burden to prove that a hell existed, only to show you that you could not claim that it doesn't.
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