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Comment 23 by Schrodinger's Cat :

Personally I think the deeper one gets into such arguments, the more fallaciousness arises on all sides. That is why I think that the best arguments against God are the simplest, such as there being absolutely no evidence that he exists. Why discuss a being in detail, when there's not the slightest evidence he exists at all ?

I have to agree with that point of view. Anchoring an argument for the massively unlikely existence of god, on the bedrock of (lack of) evidence, is guaranteed to defeat all attempts at theistic metaphysical casuistry and general fuckwittery.

Fri, 22 Jul 2011 16:39:17 UTC | #852705