Why Your Personal Experiences with God Don’t Prove Anything August 18, 2015

Why Your Personal Experiences with God Don’t Prove Anything

In the latest video for his Atheist Debates project, Matt Dillahunty explains the problems with appeals to personal experience. In other words, he talks about why Christians’ stories about how they “found God” ought to have little effect on us.

This was the talk he gave at the recent Gateway to Reason conference in St. Louis:

If anothing else, check out his bit at the 5:08 mark 🙂

I haven’t had a chance to watch the whole thing yet, but if any moments stand out, please leave the timestamp/summary in the comments!

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