You: What you are describing to me is your deep feeling that God exists. Do you expect me to believe that God exists just because you feel strongly that he does?
Aaron: I think you are misunderstanding me. I am talking about a real, physical reaction to the presence of God within me, not about an emotion.
You: I understand what you mean. My point is that one can have a physical reaction just because one has a strong emotion. For instance, I feel very strongly that you are incorrect that God exists. If I was so worked up by my belief that it gave my a sour stomach and turned my face red, would that prove that you are incorrect?
Aaron: No, you could be incorrect yourself. There is nothing that could be causing your physical reactions other than your own emotions, so your reactions don't add any weight to your beliefs. What I am describing, on the other hand, is a feeling brought about by God himself. It makes all the difference to my argument.