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Tommy asks... An atheist is defined as someone who doesn't believe there are any gods while an agnostic is someone who says that they don't know if any gods exist. Simply put an atheist's claim is an absolute statement that there are no gods while an agnostic is admitting that he doesn't know, perhaps for lack of evidence he is willing to accept or some other reasons. Therefore, my question is this: Can someone make an absolute claim that is logi...
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Question from Jan, Hi! First, let's realize the difference between the following three words: agnostic, atheist and antitheist. OK? Are you ready? So, how can someone who calls himself a scientist be an atheist (or even antitheist)? The science is based on proves - this is the difference between science and belief. Is there any prove of non-existence of something "supernatural" or something like "spiritual power" that is often labeled as "God"? I...
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Question from Val: My wife and are atheists and my mother is constantly speaking with our 3 and 5 year olds about God. I don't know how to approach it with her. She tried to read them a creation story book once and we told her no. She got very upset and said that her beliefs were a part of her and we were trying to suppress who she was with her grandchildren. I don't want to alienate her but this has to stop. I feel our children can learn on thei...
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A few questions from Bethany, Name: Bethany Message: Hey guys, So I believe in the God of the bible. I believe the bible. I believe that God came to earth in to form of a man (Jesus). I guess my question is not about science or even God, it's more about you (an atheist)... Why would an individual who doesn't believe in divinities of any sort, spend their life trying to prove that they are not real? An atheists 'status' is that they believe in not...
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