Atheists, you claim to be rational and reasonable, what is your rational reason for rejecting to believe in God? I'm just curious.
You must know that what constitutes evidence is subject to majority opinion if not individual opinion.
And that science just explains processes and nothing further.
Even if scientists find "evidence" of a murder they still have to take it in front a jury for the public to decide if it's evidence or not.
So why reject the existence God without rebutting the points? Is that really reasonable?
Most Helpful Girl
In my experience no. They only have a sudden "disbelief" in a god just because God did not tolerate homosexuality or something.2
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I have met some decent ones, but sadly the majority of them that I have met are well not the most desirable people to be around lets just put it that way.
But I always leave them with this even some scientists and atheists ( some of them ) while not necessarily believing in our god ( Christianity ) or any religious god realized that the universe, earth, life here on it couldn't have been created through through the big bang and evolution. They admit to there having to have been a higher or divine power at work.2
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