Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Challenging the Psychics Big-Time.

I do not believe in psychics at all. So, to them I must be a skeptic. Fine. But if they're genuine, they should prove me wrong especially when someone is offering them $1M to do so.

Yet, one such psychic is not taking the 'bait' and another wants to know all the rules of the test, and then see is she is "available".

I don't know about you, but if I could prove salvation through Jesus Christ to a skeptic (which I cannot -- it's not something one accepts by proof, but rather by faith), and they were willing to offer me, or my cause, $1M to boot, I would sure make myself available.

By the way, they're complaining the person offering the challenge is a skeptic and one of them doesn't like working with skeptics. No kidding. Here's the story. I share it only to hopefully convince some of you how phony this whole thing is. Maybe next I'll tackle "professional wrestling". I still have visions of my long-deceased aunt really getting into this sport (from her living room) and heaven help you if you tried to tell her the guys were professional actors!

'Top' psychics offered $1M to prove powers - Canada - CBC News

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2 comments:

  1. I agree with you on the psychics. Anyone who doesn't mention Jesus as their source of truth is not to be believed.

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  2. That's certainly one criteria but let's also remember that many do use Jesus as their source, but are deceived into believing it, or trying to deceive us into believing. I need much more assurance than that:
    -- the person's life
    -- no contradiction at all with the holy scriptures
    -- in keeping with God's character and plan
    -- verification by others
    I'm sure there are other conditions as well.
    Blessings. Ken.

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