Posted by Pat Cunningham on Dec 18, 2010 in Uncategorized | 2 comments
This provocative exchange among an agnostic, an atheist and a Catholic priest comes in two parts:
Atheists claim that the existence of God cannot be proven. They also admit that the non-existence of God cannot be proven. So they think atheists and theists are on equal footing. Why do they think their belief in no God is superior to the belief in God? Stossel simply refuses to choose between the two beliefs. The priest, if given the opportunity, could have proven philosophically the existence of God; however, he could not force either the atheist or the agnostic Stossel to accept the proof. A firm skeptic is immune to reason.
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