Posted: Dec 26, 2011 10:53 am
by Jireh
chairman bill wrote:Well, whilst I say that I'm open to the possibility that a deity might one day reveal herself, I really don't think it will ever happen, 'cos I don't think such beings exist.

do you believe dark matter exists ? science does, despite the fact it has never been observed.

That 0.00001% uncertainty bit is the same as applies to anything else that is extremely unlikely, like leprechauns or the Tooth Fairy. I suppose that it's possible that in a distant galaxy, there's a star, with a planet, upon which a real Harry Potter attends a real Hogwarts, and magic is real too. Really? No. But I'm as open to the possibility as I am to there being a deity. Why? Just the complete & utter lack of any unambiguous evidence, whatsoever, and the complete absence of any convincing argument for one god over another, makes all f them equally unlikely.

thats again a negative.....

It seems people here have a hard time to present positive arguments for strong atheism......