On Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 12:31:48 PM UTC, !! Atheist
Q: Is there any verifiable evidence of any god(s)? Any at all?
A: Nope, none at all.
Of course there is!
Millions of people believe in him. Many devote their lives to him. Some
even died for him. He is in them! How can you possibly say he does not
Although no one said he didnt exist. They asked if there was any
verifiable evidence; and your idea of belief being evidence does not prove
anything except you lie even more than you accuse me of doing.
Which presupposes that to qualify as proof or evidence then evidence has to
have material nature and is denied abstract form. Possess the quality of
reality. But abstract forms can have reality. A mathematical concept for
But no one was asking that question.
They asked if there is verifiable evidence of god, which there is not.
The people I have described possess faith. Faith is real. It steers people in
"Except ye be converted, and become as little children, [have total trust in
faith] ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven."
Does that quote sound to you like it was the original text from the entity
which allegedly created heaven and earth, and loves everything?
Do as I say, or you will not get into my big after-life party?
Religion is faith without it there can be no religion or belief and hence no
God. Rationality has nothing to do with religion. You are operating at
another level or in a a different dimension
The same evidence that we have for him not to exist in any form - none.
You can't respectably prove a negative for a start.
You seem to be placing your god on the same level as leprechauns.
And in a sense he is.
And is there any verifiable evidence to show leprechauns exist?
There used to be belief in fairies/good spirits/ evil
Yes, used to be. In other words as humans became more intelligent they
began to discover why things (originally attributable to spirits) happened.
'the creation' become 'the big bang'....
So long as that belief persisted they existed in reality or
consciousness. Materially of course, they didn't.