Often, “religious” people will point to what they believe is an image of Jesus on an everyday object, such as burnt toast, a grilled cheese sandwich, rust stains on a wall, excreta stains on underwear, or whatever, and claim that’s proof of the existence of a God. They claim they claim that these are divine images. (It’s interesting to note that you never hear Infinitians making this claim. It’s always those ridiculous monotheists.)
What complete and utter claptrap!
Typically, you have to be looking at the object in a particular way so see the “divine image.” Even then, it is usually identifiable as Christ only if someone has already planted the idea of the resemblance in your mind. It’s normally not something that you would recognize otherwise.
And, isn’t it interesting that these images are supposed to look like the representations of Christ that are familiar to us through paintings—there were no cameras back then—that were created considerably after the time of Jesus, if he did, indeed, exist? So, what these people are pointing to is, at best, somewhat similar to representations of the alleged Jesus Christ created by people who never actually met or even saw a person by that name.
Does that sound like solid proof of a God to you? Not to me!
Besides, think about it. From all you know about God One, our God, is this something that He would do? Can you really picture Him as the sort of parent who would go around sporting a bumper sticker saying, “My Son is an honor deity?” on the back of his celestial chariot? No way!
By the same token, there is no way that He’s one of those obnoxious parents who go around foisting pictures of their children on everyone they meet. So he’s certainly not going to incessantly brand his son’s image on objects that pop out of our toasters, or anywhere else for that matter.
Divine Images: Proof of Multiple Gods
Thus, to say these alleged divine images are proofs of a God is utterly ridiculous. Don’t be silly. They aren’t proof of a God. They are proof of multiple Gods.
Why do I say this? The logic is obvious and irrefutable. If the images aren’t happening randomly (and how could they be?) then they must be created. Because humans can’t spontaneously create finished images, particularly without directly interacting with the image medium, Gods must create them. However, as I’ve already pointed out, it would be beneath God One to foist images of His Son on us. The only possible conclusion is that they are being created by other Gods in the expectation that God One will return the favor in Their universes.
Because few of the other Gods have met God One’s son (He is shy around Gods other than His Father), those other Gods have to create Jesus’ image based on the existing paintings of Christ rather than His true appearance.
The fact that the numerous images have been found on different media and the images are not all identical is evidence that various Gods have been involved in creating them. Each God has His, Her or Its unique style and preferred medium.
QED. These images are proofs of multiple Gods.
True, because we haven’t found an infinite number of these images, it is not proof of the existence of an infinite number of Gods, as we Infinitians know to be the case. However, the only reason that we haven’t found an infinite number of divine images is that, with a finite number of people, we would need an infinite amount of time to find an infinite number of images. Obviously, humans don’t have an infinite amount of time, otherwise we would have found that infinity of images and added yet another more proof of the existence of an infinity of Gods.