New Book: Games of Awareness
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>Atheists, you do realize Atheism is a regilious belief?It isn’t.>Atheism is a belief there is no God, not a lack of belief.Correct. But this is not a regilious belief. Religion is any belief that some sort of deity is real. Atheism therefore does not fall under that category. Rather, it is specifically the antithesis to religion. It is, by definition, the denial of that which religion, by definition, asserts.>since you can’t know for sure that there isn’t a God, being Agnostic is more intellectually honest.By the same logic’, since you can’t know for sure that the Eiffel Tower is real, you should be agnostic about the Eiffel Tower.Kinda silly, right?
There is a known joke mentioning that “atheism is a type of a religious belief the same way baldness is a type of hair design”. Humor aside, you are wrong for two reasons:
1. The burden of proof lies with the accuser: You may be talking of “God”. Someone else may be thinking of “Zeus”. Yet someone else may be talking of “3 gods”. And so on and so forth. The simplest assumption is that none of these strange and different entities exist, UNLESS you come up with some proof.
2. Mathematically speaking, there is an INFINITE possible number of unproven entities, starting with the Biblical God and ending with the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Many of them even contradict each other’s existence. Even the so-called special case of what many people name ‘God’ is in practice billions of different personal definitions. The results of all this is a mathematical ZERO probability for each of the infinite entities. Agnosticism necessarily is also interpreted as atheism.
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