WLC has been quiet on this BoP issue since his podcast last year about the "definition that refuses to die". I've amassed a lot of evidence that past theologians define most atheists in the category that assumes no burden. He tends to skulk away from his ridiculous hypotheses, like his "taxicab fallacy".
Craig or not, the BOP is handled in far too clumsy a fashion online.
I don't believe you. Prove it.
Yes, my comment was purely tongue-in-cheek But if you want to discuss what I would accept as proof, I would be open to a divine manifestation. In the same way that all other relationships start: there is a direct, personal introduction. Something that was clearly a Being of higher power who knows me intimately and communicates with me, and who appears unambiguously (i.e., I don't have to tease out whether it is just my own thoughts / feelings or not) would do it for me, personally.There are probably other ways God could demonstrate his own existence that I could accept, but that one would certainly do it.
"The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people...Don't be foolish. Pray to God that you may repent of your wickedness, that your thoughts may be made righteous and your soul saved from Hell.
You think it's sanctimonious to pray to God that He may grant you repentance?I think it is sanctimonious and foolish to look to oneself for truth. There is no truth to be found there absent God. You e erected yourself as your own false idol, your own supreme authority. Please reconsider."I am the way, the truth, and the life" ... "If you will abide in my word, then you shall truly be my disciple, and you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."
Atheism is the lack of belief[...]My position is validated by the fact he hasn't present any evidence for his claim [...]Atheism isn't a dogma", it's not an ideology, it's not a worldview, it is nothing more than a single position on a single issue
Burden of proof... intresting topic
Atheism is the lack of belief[...]My position is validated by the fact he hasn't present any evidence for his claim [...]Atheism isn't a dogma, it's not an ideology, it's not a worldview, it is nothing more than a single position on a single issue