I find it futile to argue with atheists on the existence of God.
Because unless they experience God for themselves, there is simply no way to convince them that God exists.
Unless of course, those who claim to experience God are lying, mistaken or delusional. Can any of them show they are not?
The problem is not atheists or God, the problem is those who claim God but cannot demonstrate it. They are the problem.
Like I said, there is no way to convince atheists. I rest my case.
God has obviously decided to remain anonymous to some people. That's between you and God.
That's just a lame excuse for not wanting to be honest with yourself. Probably a good thread question, "Why can't believers be honest with themselves"?Like I said, it's futile to try to argue with an atheist about God.
And, you prove my point of not being honest with yourself about being mistaken, lying or delusional. You haven't even bothered, just like you've never bothered to form an argument about God. That's three strikes against you.You prove the point of my thread.
Then, you haven't anything to complain about in regards to atheists.
It's no different than if I was trying to argue Leprechauns riding Unicorns in the Kentucky Derby. Is it futile to argue such things simply because others don't accept the argument? Clearly, the problem lies entirely in the formation of any argument for God's existence. They are all incredibly weak, pointless or just all out ridiculous.
So, if you think it;'s futile, better have a look at your argument then, most likely, it isn't valid. That's not any problem with atheists, the problem is with the argument.
Because you won't beleive unless you experience God for yourself.
If they had it their way, we would all be silenced.
I find it futile to argue with atheists on the existence of God.Because unless they experience God for themselves, there is simply no way to convince them that God exists.