|An imaginary friend can provide companionship,
happiness, a sense of security, and emotional comfort…
even though he does not exist.
I often encounter Christians who claim that Jesus has revealed himself to them, giving them evidence that he his alive and that he is God. However, when I ask them to provide the circumstances of this “revelation” they usually refuse.
I contend that Christians can no more prove that they communicate/interact with an invisible Jesus than an emotionally traumatized child can prove that he communicates/interacts with an invisible, imaginary friend.