Does God exist? Why or why not? It's seems more rational to believe he does exist than not. My stance is that he does exist.
Ronen22: In other words - you assert that faith begins where evidence runs out. I don't believe in anything unless I can eat it, drink it, drive it, shtup it or discern evidence of it. There is no need to believe in anything that cannot be experienced through the senses or proven logically.
Revart, no one can reason with atheists. You are far too stubborn to become reasonable.
Southern, Revart is quite well aware that he is completely wrong. He defends his errors because his denial games have given him scant little comfort in the past.
Those denial games, while addictive, have not given him the remedy he needed. Now he demands to deny that remedy to others and reduce others to the maladaption that he uses to cope.
An atheist named Marx said, "Religion is the opiate of the masses." That was never true. Faith is real hope. Atheist denials, however, really are addictive denials.
That is why atheists cannot prosper: their cloying dependency on Dawkins and others makes learning of any sort a long forgotten memory.
No one can learn if they are brainwashed into an inconsistent bunch of denial games. Atheists fear to come down from their denial games because they fear that they will face a withdrawal syndrome of sorts. In the case of atheist indoctrination, it means soberly taking stock and ceasing to blame others for the self-pity games of atheists.