Agreed, but one can determine certainty, based on whether they think it is likely.
"There is no time gap between concluding from evidence and having the belief that reasonably follows from that evidence."
My religion is the Truth, your religion is a Cult.
Is it your claim trump does not lie? The real issue is how can the trump supporter actually have a problem with lies and lying while supporting trump?
So you admit that while you have no scientific credentals, you regard yourself as competent to go up against your intellectual betters, i.e., those with the qualifications you lack.
Mexican is not a race. And he was talking about illegals.
But what is cause and what is consequence? Are people more conservative because they are religious or are they more religious because they are conservative or is this just a coincidence or is there a factor behind both?
Says the village idiot
Where. the. f*ck. have. you. been.
You are solution focused - I like that.
The problem with the Bible and the faiths that believe in it is that those folks have pushed that crap onto everybody, including the billions who do not believe as they do. Even worse, those beliefs have, demonstrably, harmed humanity in many ways, and continue to do so today. THAT is why most atheists make sure they strive hard to combat that stupidity. If the ignorance spread by religion didn't impact us directly and indirectly, we would just laugh and ignore it.
And what about those tribal cultures where the members don't regard themselves as beings and other tribes as subhuman?
But as I've stated, the "I don't know" isn't a common pretext of atheists. It's a common pretext of honest people. We truly don't know what caused the Big Bang. To suggest that a god did requires evidence. Evidence you don't have.
There is no reason to deny Matthew's recording of God's Word. Not one of these men was looking for fame or riches. Indeed most of them suffered death as a result of their service. And, of course, you are incorrect about both Mark and Luke. Each wrote at God's dictation.
Why yes, RUDY, prove what you spewed.
Not really, she just basically said it's a lot to process. Break it down if you want. Take 1 or 2 questions.
Jesus could do whatever he wanted. He was involved in creation, you know.
But you're saying you're 100% certain a creator doesn't exist. Is that what you mean to say?
Really? Could God be like the multiverse? No evidence but still a possibility?? Are you ready to go "the whole nine yards" without hesitation? Huh.
No you said it doesn't play by the "rules", what are those rules. I never asked for the rules of science.