If you can get them to post their experiences, that shows agreeance with your comments, maybe that will close the door.<quoted text>What the heck are you talking about. Even if I did not know better, I know that bodies react differently.
If you want to know something ask.
Your experience was yours.
My sister had cancer, she had chemotherapy, one session. She went ball and they got it.
By dad did not have chemotherapy. Nada. He had cancer and diabetes and he was gone, out of here. God and prayer brought him back.
I lived this, so you can believe what you want. My dad knows.
Every single person, mom and other siblings were set to bury him. My brother and I, only ones not there said no, he is not going to die cause God is not going to let him. Although, they were Christians, they believed the doctor and the cancer and were angry that we were not getting on a plane.
That was 6-7 years ago and at age 78, 2 weeks ago my dad drove 1500 miles and he just flew up North for a relatives funeral.
You are entitled to have your unbelief, but it stops in my life where I have direct evidence and experiences.
You did all of that, no God.
My sister did it, chemo and God.
My dad did it, all God.
But you are right about one thing stated - "I know that bodies react differently......Your experience was yours."
Claiming you experienced what your Dad did is foolishness, because you've already stated it was his experience.
Please stop misleading others with the double-talk. You are starting to sound Catholic.