I found this excerpt in a longer piece but i will only post the relevant bit, ,this is a quote from that piece
Easy Ways to Remember Objective and Subjective
Objective : sounds like the word object. You should be objective whenever you are discussing an object, something concrete that you can hold or touch. The facts that make up your objective statement should also be concrete, solid objects.
Subjective : is just the opposite. You can’t point to subjective subjects. They are all in your head and your past experiences. Subjective opinions are ephemeral and subject to any number of factors that can range from facts to emotions.
Examples of Objective and Subjective
Objective : scientific facts are objective as are mathematical proofs; essentially anything that can be backed up with solid data.
Subjective : opinions, interpretations, and any type of marketing presentation are all subjective.
1.Objective and subjective statements are used by speakers to get their points across.
2.Objective statements are facts that can be verified by third parties while subjective statements may or may not be entirely true as they are colored by the opinions of the speaker.
3.Objective statements are most commonly found in the hard sciences, whereas subjective statements are generally used to describe the arts.
. So if you have concrete evidence that can be backed up with data please post it and forget about walls and dogs these are things not in dispute and I don't require evidence of them
I go by the normal published parameters for an angel when I talk about angels, as i do for dogs when i talk about dogs.
So god and angels are physical objects/entities, like dogs and walls, which i can describe and discuss objectively as i could a flower or a dog or a wall.
But i also have subjective reactions to and intepretaions of them (as i do for my wife and dog ) EG i like them So my description of a flower is objective but my feeling about a flower is subjective EG "The flower is red" is an objective description. "The flower is pretty" is a subjective one "The flower was 1 cm in diameter" is an objective description. "The flower was petite" is subjective.
I can give you detailed objective descriptions of angels and of god, and of miracles (or objectively) "presently inexplicable manipulations and alterations of matter and energy controlled by sapient purpose."
So you believe in the solidity of walls and dogs via faith do you? How do you KNOW when you see one, that it is not an hallucination?