If Christianity were true, atheists would be the ones experiencing visions of god and witnessing miracles, not Christians

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Your argument is based off two assumptions that may not be true: * The purpose of miracles and visions is to convert * That God is motivated to provide extra evidence above what other people get in order to convert those who are having trouble believing


Logic is wasted on theist.


This is a very interesting concept, one I hadn’t considered previously. Thanks for sharing it.


Not just atheists but (especially) people who never heard of Christianity should be getting visions. Missionaries should be unnecessary.


If it were true it wouldn’t need miracles. Science would point to the evidence.