The debate "We are too small to claim knowledge of God or other such matters" was started by
August 10, 2014, 3:54 pm.
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True religion is guided by God. Thus the only reason we know of God is because he told us.
I believe that, small and comparatively ignorant though humans are, we are still able to understand rational, deductive arguments, and thus know whether God exists or not.
One cannot honestly claim to know the existence or none existence of god or gods as such an extraordinary claim would require extraordinary evidence. Of which there is not certain evidence of either. Burden of proof lays with the side making the claim.
There is no evidence for it, therefore we shouldn't be claiming is as so. Religion was created to answer questions that we're learning to answer today with science.