People say that it takes an equal amount of faith to disbelieve as to believe in god. I have seen this around the Internet, but I am not sure it is a correct analysis of the situation. Just because god in not disprovable, they say that he is equally likely to exist as not. Can we 100%, unequivocally, disprove the existence of 10 kilometre long vampire space duck flying near the centre of the Milky-way? No. Does that make it equally as likely as not? No. The only reason people thing it is a 50-50 chance god existence is the fact that some many of us believe he does. The problem here is that popularity does not increase the viability of an idea.
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- Theists and False Flagging/Reporting
- Respecting God or Egocentric Thinking?
- No Such Thing As An Atheist?
- If I Don’t Believe in God, Why Do I Talk About Him At All?
- I’m Back.
- So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
- Religion and The Mullet of Truth
- Minimalist And The Start of a Serious Discussion
- Maybe its not my place to point out reality as I see it