Is merely asking for proof the quickest way to burst the atheist bubble?

... since no atheist to date has been able to produce any proof for the correctness of atheism? As a precautionary note, I will add that I have been wrong before. If am mistaken regarding the above, I will gladly examine evidence for the correctness of atheism here. Thank you kindly and in advance for remaining civil and for not reporting this question, but for facing the issue at hand like a man.

Asked By: 神に愛されている罪人 - 8/21/2012
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It cannot be proven that **A** god does not exist, but it can pretty well be proven that the mythical, picayune, primitive tribal god of the ancient Hebrews does not exist. That is because that god is defined by his creation. Since that creation, as it is described in the Bible does not exist, its creator does not... More
Answered By: Lighting the Way to Reality - 8/22/2012
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And then we say, "Burden of proof." and you can go back to making macaroni art and rubbing your own feces on your face.
Answered By: IM BATMAN JESUS LOL - 8/21/2012
Answered By: five toed sloth - 8/21/2012
Not believing in something doesn't require proof. Believing in something doesn't either, but it makes no sense to blindly believe in a religion if there is no proof.
Answered By: Optitron - 8/21/2012
What the flying f*** is "the correctness of atheism"? Atheism makes absolutely no claims, it is simply a rejection of a claim made by theists due to the lack of ANY evidence.
Answered By: Fresh Prince - 8/21/2012
And no christian to date has proven actual hard evidence of God. Its all in faith you either have faith or no faith. Theres no way to prove it with hard cold facts and evidence either way.
Answered By: southparkrulez - 8/21/2012
i guess you have proof of christianity?
Answered By: Spongerobert - 8/21/2012
I can't prove god doesn't exist, but I can prove he didn't create humans. I can prove he doesn't answer prayer, too.
Answered By: Happy Atheist - 8/21/2012
Sorry, the burden of proof is on the people saying there is an invisible sky daddy. By your "logic", if I said there were invisible leprechauns on everyone's head, you would have to prove to me that was false. So what's the evidence that god exists?
Answered By: CapsFan1974 - 8/21/2012
Answered By: 1ofU - 8/21/2012
Atheism makes no statements or claims that need any "proof." Or that can even be considered "correct" or "incorrect." But you already knew that, and you're just being disingenuous, huh? Peace.
Answered By: WellTraveledProg - 8/21/2012
Ha ha ha yes the fact it makes them so mad is a clear example of how much they are wrong!
Answered By: Lalapef melfofo - 8/21/2012
have you heard of the teapot, orbiting mercury?
Answered By: The dude - 8/21/2012
they were against theism, yet they could not even specify what evidence they needed LOL Christians have their faith, while atheists do NOT have anything to back them up.:)
Answered By: Avatroll - 8/21/2012
Since theism is a faith based belief, you obviously don't believe evidence is needed to form a position. To then ask others for evidence for their stances is clearly duplicitous... More
Answered By: neil s - 8/21/2012
Nature is so complicated it must be just a accident...lightening hits a soup of chemicals and magically the new creature can eat poo and reproduce..people make fun of believing in God because to make fun of something that a majority of humanity believes in makes you feel smart..yet most atheists now and in the past... More
Answered By: joseph - 8/21/2012
do what ?
Answered By: 物理 - 8/21/2012
Is merely asking for proof the quickest way to burst the theist bubble? Yes, it is. I also see you don't know the particulars of the burden of proof rule. They have classes for that, ENROLL NOW!!! :D
Answered By: Jack - 8/21/2012
"Switch on... Awaken o sleeper, arise from the dead, and Christ shall shine upon you" I mean seriously. How else can that get explained?
Answered By: John - 8/21/2012
Burden of evidence Jack: I want a mortgage on this house at 37A Sullage Street, Drainage Slopes Banker: Looks like a good property. Now, do you have evidence you have an income? Jack: Er, No, Banker. Don't let the door hit you in the back on your way out.
Answered By: Brigalow Bloke - 8/21/2012
No, since the Atheistic position is logically possible. But asking for a logically tenable defence IS the quickest way to burst the Christian Theistic bubble!
Answered By: Bewildered1 - 8/21/2012
And no aleprechaunists have given proof for the absence of leprechauns, either. So...can we move past this silly argument already?
Answered By: green meklar - 8/21/2012
You can't prove a negative. Since there is very little in the way of tangible proof that there IS a god, we have no reason to believe in one.
Answered By: Peeping Thomas - 8/25/2012
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