When should you begin distrusting someone generally?
I have been engaged in a debate with somebody who thinks the 2001 Osama 'confession' video is authentic.
Since my opponent specifically refuses to deal with "what-if" scenarios, which are otherwise routine in argumentation, I'd like some rational responders here to chime in and tell me how many lies a person needs to tell, and how many murders result from those lies, before you will withdraw your basic trust in their assertions and "evidence".
Faith does not have the power to move mountains. However, it does have the power to make you think a mountain has moved.