Yet, as I said before, there's not even one defining answer from the theists as to what God is. What are his properties and attributes? How can something be so powerful, know everything, and control everything?
Painting the world in two broad strokes (i.e. theists, and atheists). My point is that atheism as a system of belief is not more valid than any other simply because others haven't been proven. None have been proven. To paint all those who believe in God as theists and assign these sweeping opinionated attributes to that class of people is about as intellectually honest and productive as Ethan painting all who don't proclaim to be "anti-contact" as child-raping scoundrels for x aspects of an arbitrary made-up doctrine which you aren't even aware they follow or what their reasons would be if they did.
You claim that God doesn't exist inherently has about as much power as his or my claim that it (or He, or She) does.
Pretending that what you don't know doesn't exist is not grounds for one-up-man-ship over someone who assumes the other way.
In your infinite universes, might there be mermaids . . . ?
Actually, the only accusations (assumptions) made over the course of this debate were by you about the nature of God. Judging from the way you talk you seem to know an awful lot about that. Please, enlighten me.
If you were to narrow and broaden your definition and scope, you would see that the burden of proof lies on the one making the claim, and the proof itself is what doesn't exist.
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