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Because god is so clearly impossible to precisely define, his existence isn't a question we can resolve using logical arguments based on evidence; it is impossible to provide evidence for or against the existence of god.
To be more precise: The claim that god exists is not falsifiable. If you don't know what falsifiable means, basically it means that, even if he did not exist, there could never possibly be a way to prove it.
That means the claim that he DOES exist is impossible to support, even if it's true.
People who argue over the existence of god (either way) do not fully understand deductive reasoning or the empirical method.
The existence of god does not come down to a question of probability.
Christians who claim otherwise disrespect gods assertion that we must have faith in him (for who can have faith but demand proof?) and those who claim he CANNOT exist or definitely does not are pseudoscientific and as irrational as they claim theists to be.
A true atheist simply does not believe that he exists, and maikes no claim that he "does not" or "can not" exist.
A true believer simply believes. You cannot justify faith with anything other than first experience; that is, the actual, literal experience of the presence of god in your heart and mind. You can't prove that to another person.
100%. Because of laws of physics, matter and energy cannot be created from nothing, they can only be converted from one form to another. Yet the universe is full of matter (and energy). So based on that, universe would never exist unless someone who is not limited by laws of physics (God) provided the necessary energy for the Big Bang.
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I think there's zero chance that any deity exists, but people's faith is still a real thing.