On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 11:44 AM, John Clark <johnkcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> >> do you believe there is a small china teapot in orbit around the planet
>>> Uranus? There is not a scrap of evidence indicating the existence of such a
>>> teapot nor is there anything proving its nonexistence, so are you a teapot
>>> atheist or a teapot agnostic? Personally I'm willing to get off the fence
>>> and say I am a teapot atheist.
>> > As a scientist, I can only be a teapot agnostic. From current
>> information I would say that the teapot theory is rather implausible.
> And I would say that if there is no evidence for or against a theory that
> does not mean there is a 50% chance it is correct, and if I judge that the
> theory was so implausible it does not warrant ware and tear on valuable
> brain cells with one more thought about it then I would call myself a
> teapot atheist without apology.
> >>> Atheism which is a variant of Christianism
>>> >> And 2+2= 5 for extremely large values of 2.
>> > Atheism use the conception of God given by people using authoritative
>> argument, and dismiss the talk of both the rationalist and the mystics.
>> That's like the fundamentalist
> Well OK, if you radically redefine the word "God"
When atheists say they don't believe in God, to which religion(s)'s God do
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