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How is it that atheists can write entire books/volumes about what they 'lack' belief in?Why the need for conferences to discuss non-stamp collecting?
I don't see the connection.Why would atheists complain about someone else's beliefs as against their own LACK of belief in anything.If you don't even eat pizza, why does it matter to you what Ken Ham puts on his?
And I'm asking about why atheist "non-stamp collectors" proselytize.
Sorry, I don't do argumentum ad Youtubem. (Didn't watch it.)And I'm asking about why atheist "non-stamp collectors" proselytize. I already know why evangelists do it.
I do not see that we, inside the universe / everything, necessarily should be equipped to understand the universe -- there just might not be any full explanation that any human could state, less comprehend. A very poor analogue would be that I cannot explain the existence of a book to the characters in it. In math there exists true statements that cannot be be proven true within any consistent axiomatic setup (Gödel). So maybe the sentence "creation of the universe" is just not valid, since these are words created by mankind to describe stuff and relations inside the universe.
The difference is that the gumballs are a denumeration, and the only possible piece of evidence which could alter the probability from a dead heat would be a complete count of the gumballs--after which, one side would be proven necessarily true and the other false, and nothing further could possibly be said.This is in no way analogous to a philosophical or metaphysical discussion, which for lack of a better word, can be resolved as "cheaply" as this. It has nothing to do with a single, quantitative magnitude.
There is no way to make the gumball comparable to God.The gumball question has nothing to do with metaphysics or philosophy, it is an everyday question of denumeration, a count of physical objects.Nice atheist rhetoric though. Really full of positivism.