Too bad it doesn't work that way.
10/19/2009 4:38:58 PM
Looks like Sean's knowledge of proofs is nonexistent.
3/12/2011 2:51:53 PM
I wish I could be the burden of proof. Maybe next time.
Also... "infinitesimally"? Right.
3/12/2011 5:04:15 PM
3/28/2012 7:38:57 AM
If there was only one solitary non-believer in the whole wide world the burden of proof would still be on you.
3/29/2012 11:48:58 PM
If you remove the children ( who are counted and shouldn't be ) Then remove those counted who don't really believe, then break the sects down as a different God you end up with a much lower number then you claim.
A number I suggest is dwarfed by the number of unbelievers around the world.
America claims 80% Christianity yet nearly every denomination denies the others beliefs. Some polls have asked the follow up questions which show up to 30% of believers don't believe the stories of the Bible and/or doubt the existance of the Biblical God. These are Agnostics at best.
When asked why they believe most say they were raised that way or their parents believed, cultural tradition, not real belief.
3/30/2012 5:43:31 AM
We're not the ones making the fantastical claim. We just say there is no evidence for the existence of any deities.
In Sweden about 50-80 percent are non-relgious, so over here the burdern of proof is on the religious ones, according to your "logic".
Even if you were right, can y'all agree on which of the deities that are existing?
3/30/2012 5:57:14 AM