So I, myself, had recently gotten involved, contrary to my initially, logical thinking given the fact that all should have been easily resolved upon my initial, factual correction in regards to the Angus T. Jones story...but no, the vexed correctee had to resort to ad hominem attacks, no doubt thinking/assuming that I would just mindlessly take it and ‘turn the other cheek’, but he happened to have attacked me, and I just knew I was not going to let that stand. So we were having our discussion, however typically moronic, vacuous and quibbling there answers increasingly got, and as then also typical when such morons are defeated, they then resort to strong arming tactics such as there barring me from replying but them continuing to make their stupid claims and comments, -for that is the only way that they can be seen to be right. So here, since I have some time to burn, and given the Proverbs 26:4-5 imperative, I’ll, as succinctly as possible, be responding to those unanswered additional comments. Their comments are in bold with their name preceding them, mine (“NJK:”) are in normal font weight.
Uhhhh a Freudian slip Darrell...If I will have ‘nailed down a couple of prophecies’ then that should settle the Cosmic reality of God and thus the Bible and also the history, existence and actions of Satan (which certain devotees do experience, as the Bible reveals is possible)...or do you really plan to selectively doubt despite any “nailed down” evidence/demonstration. Let me know...like I said, I don’t have time for “skeptics”, especially oblivious ones.
..and indeed 'they have': see e.g., in the testimony of former evolution professor Walter J. Veith here|here, (expanded account: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3; also more expandingly related in 6 parts here||here). Relatedly, Ravi Zacharias, of RZIM (media), also has many great presentations (samply this segment) on this, conversely-applicable, issue/claim of: “basic cognitive errors in the area of critical thinking”.