atheists shouldn’t trust their feelings

So why do people with religious experiences assert that their feelings of God's presence are valid and believable, but when another person who has never experienced God admits this, they are told that they shouldn't trust their feelings, the implication being that their feelings are lying to them about the reality of God's existence and personal presence in their lives?I'm intimately familiar with this line of reasoning. I used it.There is no proof of God. For some reason I've always … [Read more...]