- Mar 17, 2008
Check.You don't have to "prove one way or another". The theist is making the claim, the burden of proof is on them. The time to believe something is once you have evidence to support that belief, until then the logical thing is to not believe. That's all an atheist is. Both you and Nick are confused, what you're both talking about is an anti-theist or strong atheist.
I'm an agnostic atheist, I don't believe in a god, but I also don't know if one exists. Although I'm pretty damn sure the God of the bible doesn't exist, that one's pretty ridiculous.
So now you just make shit up and believe it, lol.
But in the set of things I cant disprove... God occupies an infinitely small space .. you might even call it a singularity.
Existence at large, as defined by mankind is built upon that we can prove, not the other way around.
One neuron = meh
Two neurons = XOR
Three neurons = to the sky and beyond
One gram of god = nothing.