It be like that
The upvotes/downvotes will be interesting on this picture after it gets a bit more exposure. I want to see how this goes.
@RMB, i love most if the conversations that usually pop up
@RMB, the community seems to lean conservative, but there is also a lot of atheists so I imagine it’ll be neary evenly split
@K1l, If I wasn’t so apathetic I’d give this an upvote because I agree with it, maybe I would have found it funny a few years ago
@RMB, so far, it's the win for non-Christians.
@RMB, Well here's my two cents...
What? I'm only giving you two scents. I don't have anymore change on me.
@The Pun Shielder, why assume it's only Christians downvoting this?
@Doctor Krieger, true, some could just not find it funny.
Didn't expect liberachi on this one! But again, not surprised
If he’s not imaginary then can I meet him? Can you invite him over to dinner? I know people will be mad at this but where’s your proof he’s not. I’ll accept he’s real if you can prove it. God is imaginary until proven otherwise.
@Captain Hammer, but bro, I can’t prove it to you, it’s a “feeling”.
@K1l, yet feelings can be seen, and are proven chemicals in the brain.
@Captain Hammer, and the cat is alive and dead until you open the box
@Captain Hammer, nah, fvck outta here with your logic.
@Captain Hammer, what’s your proof he is imaginary? Checkmate.
@Captain Hammer, where's your proof that he is? An argument from ignorance is fallacious. As the saying goes, "absence of evidence is not evidence of absence".
The truth of the matter is that the only rational position to take is that of admitting that you don't know and can't prove the existence, or lack thereof, of a higher power.
@Captain Hammer, it's the same with people thinking the 9/11 story is real
@Doctor Krieger, of course you can’t disprove something that has no evidence of existing in the first place.
That’s like me saying that im riding on a giant flying pink platypus. Disprove that. You can’t disprove that and it is a technical possibility, but it is incredibly unlikely.
The burden of proof is on believers, not non-believers. Sure, the existence of a higher power is possible, but until there is proof of it, it makes no sense for anyone to believe it.
If I tell you that I can run 5,000 miles per hour you shouldn’t believe me unless I show you I can do it. Until I do, nobody should believe me.
@Doctor Krieger, I’m not saying a higher power doesn’t exist nor could the possibility of one. Yes there could be a hidden god. But if there was a god there would most likely be evidence. A god without evidence is nothing in status more than imaginary until proven other wise. You can think there’s something there.. sure.. but you could be speaking to the wind and get the same effect at this point. Until evidence is proven someone’s listening.
@K1l, this is exactly my point. Things could exist but until there’s proof to back up the beliefs then there’s no point to believe in something. No one should blindly follow nothing until they are sure there’s something they are actually contributing to.
@Medic135, the cat doesn’t prove anything. Just blind ambiguity. Not knowing if it’s dead or alive doesn’t help anything in the end until you have a set answer then you can act on said answer.
@K1l, the burden of proof is on whomever is making the claim. To claim that God does not exist puts the burden of proof on you as much as to claim that he does.
@Captain Hammer, you can't prove that he's just imaginary, though. What you're arguing is not epistemologically sound.
@Captain Hammer, we're talking about what we know, not what we can act on.
@Doctor Krieger, Im not saying God doesn’t exist. Im saying I do not believe in god because it hasn’t been proved.
@Doctor Krieger, and we know nothing without evidence. I’m not saying there isn’t a god or creator. I’m saying people shouldn’t put full belief into something without knowing it’s there other wise it’s he said she said. If I said I had a frog talk to me, you’d wanna see evidence before you believe it and organize your life around it. Otherwise it’s an imaginary thing I made up.
God's not real kids but death and taxes are
God isn't real folks. Neither is santa.
...I'm ashamed to say that it took me awhile to get the joke. For whatever reason it looked more like a courthouse to me than a church
God is a concept humans created. He isn't real. But that's just my stance, you can believe whatever you want to believe