A faith healer based in Arizona, Adam Miller is suing an atheist blogger who calls him a fraudster and used science to disprove his healing capabilities, as reported by Rawstory.
Blogger Stephanie Guttormson, who is the Operation Director of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Science and Reasons, posted on YouTube last December a video where she shares her doubts on Adam Miller’s claim that a near death experience in 1977 gave him special power and ability to heal people.
“Let’s start by pointing out that the germ theory of disease accounts for how illnesses affect us,” Guttormson pointed out. “He makes this claim that these experiences in your lives and traumas create dark cellular structure — whatever that is — and that by invoking this magic spirit, it will come down and break up this — quote, unquote — dark cellular structure.”
“Sometimes we want the answers so badly and want to help so badly that we’ll believe just about anything,” she added in a subsequent video. “Usually out of fear and hopelessness and desperation.”
“Adam Miller is a charlatan, he’s a swindler, he’s a snake oil salesman. You risk your lives delaying or forgoing proper medical treatment by going to him for help. And more importantly, for believing his unsubstantiated claims.”
In response, Adam Miller posted a video on YouTube, saying she cannot be trusted because she is transgender and has mutilated his original ideas and also infringed on the video’s copyright.
“She has mutilated and molested” his original video, which he said was “a very holy work.”
His video showcased 2 women casting doubts on Stephanie Guttormson’s gender identity:
“She never once states herself what she is or who she is,” a woman in the video notes.
“She’s not actually showing anything for the community either by saying, you know, she was a guy,” a second woman agrees. “She’s not really being who she is. You know, she’s lying about that.”
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