HeavyHemi
A common mistake. Theists are assertive. Athesists...
Tue Oct 2, 2018 12:54pm
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are not. Inherently the burden is on those claiming a thing DOES exist, versus those arguing they don't believe you.

  • I have two totally unproven concepts...Sprout, Tue Oct 2 12:19pm
    One has adherents who have been TRYING to prove it for centuries. The other has had virtually no one even beginning to try to prove it. Which should be given greater credibility? I do not conclude... more
    • A common mistake. Theists are assertive. Athesists... — HeavyHemi, Tue Oct 2 12:54pm
      • I Went Off On SES's Tangent With IPEsAmadeus, Tue Oct 2 1:41pm
        More about can you prove god(s) exist, not who should assume the burden of proof. Of course, whoever is making the assertion should have to provide the proof. If you claim god(s) do not exist, then... more
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