You justify your position on the Bible, i.e. it's not your assertion but the Bible's. I point out that it was written by someone like yourself. You agree with "no maybe."
Am I missing something here?
It is still just an assertion Nipper. Now go ahead and assert that a spirit exists and assert that you (both you individually and the other somebodys like yourself who wrote portions of the Bible) were under the influence of Casper. (
The Holy Spirit must be a very wonderful being compared to all those who wrote/write secular dissertations... I've never read anything more profound written by any scientist.
I Corinthians 13 Complete Jewish Bible
1 I may speak in the tongues of men, even angels;
but if I lack love, I have become merely
blaring brass or a cymbal clanging.
2 I may have the gift of prophecy,
I may fathom all mysteries, know all things,
have all faith — enough to move mountains;
but if I lack love, I am nothing.
3 I may give away everything that I own,
I may even hand over my body to be burned;
but if I lack love, I gain nothing.
4 Love is patient and kind, not jealous, not boastful,
5 not proud, rude or selfish, not easily angered,
and it keeps no record of wrongs.
6 Love does not gloat over other people’s sins
but takes its delight in the truth.
7 Love always bears up, always trusts,
always hopes, always endures.
8 Love never ends; but prophecies will pass,
tongues will cease, knowledge will pass.
9 For our knowledge is partial, and our prophecy partial;
10 but when the perfect comes, the partial will pass.
11 When I was a child, I spoke like a child,
thought like a child, argued like a child;
now that I have become a man,
I have finished with childish ways.
12 For now we see obscurely in a mirror,
but then it will be face to face.
Now I know partly; then I will know fully,
just as God has fully known me.
13 But for now, three things last —
trust, hope, love;
and the greatest of these is love.