If you wish to test the existence and/or power of a God to whom you are accountable, you are hereby invited, but not advised, to do so by this...
|God to whom I am accountable, it is my opinion that you do not exist. Therefore if you exist, I charge you to prove at least the probability of it to my satisfaction, by any means at your disposal.|
Furthermore, even if you exist, it is my opinion that you do not have the power to correct errors, even when such correction is asked for. Therefore, if you have such power, correct this error by any means at your disposal.
Furthermore, if you fail to do so, I will cite this prayer test as evidence of your non-existence or impotence, and tell anyone whom I choose of the results I have found.
Here's the same test without the testosterone...
Prayer Test Lite
|God to whom I am accountable, it is my opinion that you do not exist. Therefore if you exist, I respectfully request that you prove at least the probability of it to my satisfaction, by any means at your disposal.|
However, even if you exist, it is still my opinion that you do not correct errors, even when correction is asked for. If you do, I respectfully request that you correct this error by any means at your disposal.
If you choose not to respond, I can only assume that I'm right, and that this prayer test is evidence of your non-existence or unresponsiveness. I consider it a moral duty to tell others of the results I have found.
Anyone having taken either test is welcome to note the date, inform other people of it, and use all elapsed time as evidence of the non-existence or impotence of a God to whom you are accountable.
If you experience an inordinate amount of adversity, you are advised to repent of having taken this test. You are further advised to inform anyone you have told about it that you have since repented of it.
So far 4 takers. Here are their emails:
I, Sean Taylor, am hereby taking the Prayer Test on this 20th day of April 2014.
Glenton Jelbert said, "I prayed that prayer at 20h20PCT on 19 Dec 2020."
On Feb. 13, 2022, Robert Hudson emailed, "You can me down for your prayer test. I'll let you know if something happens. Although, it is doubtful. I am open minded enough to see if something extraordinary happens. Everyone will be hearing about it."
On Feb. 13, 2022, Brett Winstead accepted the challenge, adding: "My take on the atheist deest thing is a little different than most people anyway but for all intents and purposes, I'm an atheist."As of this date, none have backed out of the test, meaning that all time that has elapsed from the time of their taking it to now is evidence (not proof) that no such God exists.