The debate "Atheism is irrational and requires blind dogmatic faith in an illogical premise" was started by
February 24, 2019, 1:05 pm.
7 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 20 people are on the disagree side.
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InfinityMachine posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
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InfinityMachine, RoyDierlijk, jrardin12 and 4 visitors agree.
Nemiroff, District9, jmch, Charlie, mtbtheboss, JDAWG9693, mwest0097, itzmeboi, codyray16, eli and 10 visitors disagree.
How is a premise even illogical? It can be false or irrational but not illogical. Logic is about the connection between a premise and a conclusion.
holy shit have you never heard of ANY of the EVIDENCE-based theories that try to explain it... the difference is the bible or the Quran or the whatever you read won't adjust based on new discoveries... science and theories will.
Not having a belief in something doesn't require faith. You just don't have the belief. It isn't based on a premise at all, since it is the default position. You must be convinced of something to believe in it. people aren't born with all beliefs and then slowly believe fewer and fewer things as they are proven wrong.
i don't believe atheism or diesm/thiesm should be absolute. religon is rejected by most evidence, but we are yet to absolutely prove there is no god. I'm an agnostic athiest, and you can't prove to me that there is or is not a god
what is the blind dogma of atheism?
Belief in God is the only rational explanation for all of existence and is supported by overwhelming evidence throughout history and in human psychology.
Atheism vs. Reality (Bilal Phillips) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVntab2mSk0