Snowflake? Coming from the guy that's clearly triggered himself by my argument. I have no problem with people arguing against religion. I just don't like people who think they can say a god doesn't exist simply because they don't know. Thanks for the definition of science, but it doesn't help you. They experiment. They don't make definitive statements on what they do not know, unlike what you did. I simply pointed out that your statement was flawed from the start because of your hypocrisy. You can't say that a god exists, nor can you say that one does not exist - at least, not without being hypocritical anyways. Sorry if you can't have a discussion without getting upset. Don't put your beliefs out there if you're unwilling to have them challenged.
The triggered snowflake comment refers to the fact you always try to defend religion whenever it is brought up anywhere.
The reason I say god doesn't exist is because no proof or evidence that actually points to the existence of a god even though we know so much about existence already.
To me it's kind of the same as believing in santa your whole life even if nothing even points to it's existence whatsoever other than people acting like he's real when you're young.
Except that's not a fact. Proof is required to say something exists, yes, but lack of proof does not allow you to say that something does not exist. Common sense, and science, will tell you that.
Sure you're right, I can't claim god doesn't exist 100% but I feel comfortable doing so either way.
Yes, that is considered hypocrisy but I see it as justified due to the other points I've made.
It's impossible to argue with someone who cherry picks what they deem as evidence. There's plenty of evidence - not empircal - but evidence nonetheless that supports the idea of metaphysical beings. There's books from witnesses to events they describe from many religions. That doesn't prove anything, but it most definitely creates a basis for the not-so-far-fetched idea of there being a metaphysical being greater than humans.
Yeah like I said, there's no proof.
People thinking they saw something and claiming things without there being any form of actual proof says enough.
You can't say that there are no living organisms on Earth that aren't known to mankind simply because they aren't yet discovered. Just as you cannot say that there is no god just because you don't have proof. Argue against a religion all you want, but please, be intelligent with your argument, otherwise I can easily argue against your incorrect statement as I just now did. But please, continue to defer to calling me a triggered snowflake when you don't have a good response.
Actual living creatures are a lot different from believing in a mythical higher being that might have the power to do everything and decided to enlighten or help humans in some way though.
We know there's a high possibility of undiscovered things on our own planet because we have actual theories which are supported by facts.
People can do whatever they want with their lives, I just think it's stupid/stupidity to believe in stuff like this to the point where one is willing to devote their lifes to it and follow certain rules just because some other human made all of this stuff up with anything proper to back it up.
There's tons of things we don't know yet but if you actually think a god that humans made up exists then I feel sorry for those people in that regard
This shall be the end of my "triggered" responses as 5hift calls it