Quote of the day

by jhon baker

As stated by Chris Stedman:

So let’s clear the air: Being an atheist does not require absolute certainty. It doesn’t mean you rule out the possibility of divine or supernatural entities existing. Instead, it is the position that such a possibility is unlikely, and that the case for God hasn’t been adequately made yet.

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4 Comments to “Quote of the day”

  1. Reblogged this on The Merry Skeptic and commented:
    This was too good not to share.

  2. And that is pure truth.

  3. For me, that describes it pretty darn well. However, I’d really like to know the psychological need that people have to buy into such a huge thing like this, without an iota of substantiated evidence. Yeah, I know it’s faith… I guess I do understand the “need” some people have, but one of my daughters cuts right to heart of the issue. “If you believe in God, but not the Easter bunny, or Santa Clause, then you’re an idiot.”

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