So, you want to prove God exists (or doesn't). Why not throw yourself to the lions? It worked for Daniel, the Bible says so.
Source for stupidity
"The man shouted 'God will save me, if he exists', lowered himself by a rope into the enclosure, took his shoes off and went up to the lions," a
zoo official told Reuters news agency.
Original source (hopefully)
(BN12) KIEV, UKRAINE (JUNE 4, 2006) (NOVI CHANNEL - NO ACCESS UKRAINE)
1. AMATEUR VIDEO OF LIONS ATTACKING MAN INSIDE OPEN AIR PART OF ENCLOSURE
AT KIEV ZOO
So Kiev is the place where miracles don't happen. Unless you count the fact that there was a camera there to record the scientific testing of the
hypothesis as a miracle.
Okay, so it isn't exactly a conspiracy, but nowhere in my RE classes as a kid were we ever told that God found us so special that he would go out of
his way just to save us.
It was that whole "God helps those who help themsleves" deal at my Sunday School. Like the joke the priest told on The West Wing.
"A man hears a warning on the radio of a flood and says "It's okay, I am a devout man, God will save me.
As the water rises a man comes by in a small boat and offers to rescue him. His reply is "I am a devout man, God will save me."
A little while later, as the flood waters reach towards the roof, a helicopter comes by and the SAR officer yells through his megaphone that they will
lower a rope.
"There is no need," says the man. "I am a devout man, God will save me."
Shortly after, the rising floodwaters drown the man.
On his arrival in heaven, in a very pissed off mood, he demands an audience with God.
Before he can speak God asks "Why are you here? I sent a warning on the radio and a man in a little row boat and finally a helicopter. Why are you
I wonder what this Ukrainian Azerbijani's mental health assessment would have said?