But the Revelation at Sinai is the ultimate and definitive revelation which sits in judgment on all others. Claims of individual revelations cannot be verified but must be judged in the light of that definitive revelation. Besides, people of every religion have claimed such experiences that validate their religions. The individual who has received them may be profoundly moved, but nothing can be objectively proven.
Because you were there.
And you saw it all.
And you have the pictures to prove it.
It's just taken you a while to get them developed.
No, I wasn't there (though I know of people who were!).
There are two kinds of religions: one kind has no historical founder, but blends into mythology. This includes the various "indigenous" religions, hinduism, shinto, etc. The other kind were historically founded by historical persons, often claiming a special "revelation" from a "gxd" (or to be the incarnation of a "gxd"). These two kinds of religions share one thing in common: any one or number (or all) of them could be true . . . but there is no way to know for sure.
However, among this latter group--those historically founded--one stands out because it wasn't started by a human being claiming to have received a revelation (or to be "gxd"). There is only one claim in history of G-d--not a human being of any kind--publicly revealing Himself to perhaps as many as three million people at once, who then passed down the knowledge and obligations to all their successive descendants.
I repeat: there is only one such claim in all history. Now what does this tell us? It tells us that it actually happened. Why? Because a public, national revelation is the best possible basis for any religion. Yet there is only one such claimed revelation. A random event never happens only once. If this particular claim were false, history would be littered with similar claims, yet it is not. There is one and only one such claim. The fact that no one else has ever made the claim in all human history proves that this one and only claim must be true.
I have on numerous occasions posted links to this article which explains this in great detail. Perhaps you would care to read a far better explication of the matter than I can give? Or perhaps not.
I know you don't like me, but I can't help but wonder why my defenses of Torah bother you so much more than all the Nazi garbage that's been showing up on this site lately. No one else seems to care about them.