So it would seem according to your judgement.Quote
So your answer is a non-answer.
Wel, I don’t know how many other people read it, but I certainly read all posts, but I do not feel compelled to respond to every one which is responding to one of mine.Quote
In a recent AOM thread I responded to one of your posts and did not recieve a reply (from anyone):
For some atheists this might well be so, but for me it is irrelevant.Quote
The fallacy of atheism is that it equates the possibility of a god/created universe with the impossibility that the God of Biblical religions is one and the same
It is certainy not ignorant, but I’ll let that pass. The amount of gap needed for the ‘we do not know’ in this particular case is so vanishingly small that it can be virtually discounted. To be pedantic, that minuscule gap must be left; even in the TofE there is a small gap in case the whole thing is overturned. However, bearing in mind the total amount of objective evidence for any God/creator/spirit-of-choice/etc remains firmly at zero, and also the amount of life I have left, I shall ignore it completely! Unless of course you can produce the information that will change the world’s thinking!Quote
Ergo, given the fact the God of the Bible is bunk there is no god/created universe, which in reality is an equally ignorant view as the fact is we do not know.
It is always interesting to read of other people’s ideas and conjectures, and I used to go to bookshops and read all the books there were on alternative what-ifs. However, I am a natural –born sceptic with the question, ‘Is this true?’ at the ready. Years ago, factual knowledge to balance out the speculative alternatives was more rare, Nowadays it is all available on the internet. but I do not feel the need to keep on reading every single one nor could I even if I wanted to) as I’m sure that if an objective fact turns up, it will be instantly communicated around the world, checked and tested and, if it turns out to be correct, will change the whole knowledge base. And, I presume, the opinions of e.g. Sir david Attenborough, Prof Brian Cox, to name but two.