They’re Their Own Witness. It’s a Money Scam.

I just noticed some guy on Twitter, claiming to be a pastpr, tweeting a picture of some tree that, from the perspective of the photo, seems to look like Jesus on the cross. He made a challenge towards atheists, I guess to show that that wasn’t some sort of supernatural happening. I often wonder about these people and their I’ll show these atheists attitude when mostly, we could care less. Instead of showing me that, or Jesus depicted on toast (I wrote how easily that’s faked a few years ago), why not show your god ending hunger or disease, or even war? Is it because that god would then have no reason for people to pray to him/her? One of the interesting things in this one pastors profile is he offers “special prayers” for $100 each and to DM him for details. How special is that?

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