>From: KPJ <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>|Can you prove decisively that giving money to Jim Bakker won't get you
>Are you aware of some scientific method to detect if giving money to Jim
>will get you into heaven (is that his country house or something, BTW)?
Heaven is his chosen, er, "retirement community." Obviously I have no
method, scientific or otherwise, of proving or refuting heavenly claims. My
point was that simply because you can't decisively refute a claim, does not
exempt the claim from being a fraud.
If you make affirmative claims which can neither be proven or disproven, I
think that opens you up to possible charges of fraud, particularly where you
are making lots of money by persuading people that your unprovable claims
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