Okay, fine. Then I guess that makes leprechauns real too. Based on this recent story from Seattle, where a man claims to have been attacked by leprechauns after picking the wrong girl to dance with. Maybe she was keeper of the directions to the pot of gold? Here we have someone who has had a supposed personal experience with something most people consider mythical
Alright Christians, this is your queue to embrace your inner little green trickster and admit that, based on the evidence, leprechauns must be real! After all, how can you demand something else is real, based on “personal experiences” and deny that leprechauns are real, based on exactly the same thing?
But hey, if supposed eyewitness testimony isn’t enough for you, how about video? Here’s a video purporting to show a real, live unicorn, filmed across a river. You have to look close, but it looks like what I’d describe a unicorn as.
Or maybe just a body? If theists are going to pretend that they play the science game, how can they deny actual, physical proof? It’s a lot more than their god has, how can you deny both visual and physical evidence like this?
Of course, the theists won’t believe in either of those things, no matter how “compelling” the evidence might be. They don’t believe in their gods because of evidence either, those claims are just things that get thrown out there to non-believers in hopes that, when non-believers reject their claims, it makes them look a bit daft, yet I bet when theists refuse even more compelling data, modern people who not only claim actual physical contact with the supernatural, but bring back more than just stories, they’ll say something like “it’s silly, of course we don’t believe it!”
But your gods are just as silly as leprechauns and unicorns, but have even less evidence to support them.
So how can they keep believing in one and reject the other two? Pure hypocrisy.