what are the five best reasons why there is no God what are the five reasons why there are no fairies the onus is not upon an atheist to say why there is not something the onus is on a theist to say why there is
125 reasons to believe in God
having said that it is a very interesting question because the universe whither God would be a very different kind of universe than one without so the most important reason is there simply are no reasons for the existence of a god
Reply: Without God, there would be no universe, in the first place
The cosmological argument for Gods existence
Laws of Physics, where did they come from?
Fine tuning of the Universe
so the reasons against there must have been kick off on your fingers one by one the alleged reasons why there should be a god such as the argument from design things look so beautifully designed bananas and apples and things like that and humans and kangaroos and so on and they look as though they've been designed because that's what Darwinian natural selection does it makes them look as though they're designed it produces a very good simulacrum of design i think that's the most important reason against that darwin has exploded once and for all the argument from design
Reply: No, he has not:
Abiogenesis is mathematically impossible
A Positive, Testable Case for Intelligent Design
Other reasons that have been offered for example people claim to have a subjective experience a personal experience of God well we all know how easily people are fooled we all know how easily people hallucinate are they easily they imagine how easily they dream so that's an extremely poor argument in favor of the existence of a god
I disagree. It's a POWERFUL argument for Gods existence:
Man rises and tells that he saw the glory of God
what other arguments are there the argument from first cause well that shoots itself in the foot because if you're going to postulate a God as a first cause you've then got a really big problem explaining where the God came from
Reply: That's not a problem at all, Richard. Are you really so philosophically shallow? You never investigated this? Do you have internet at home? Do you know how to use google? Are you aware, that the answer is centuries old? Ever heard the first cause argument of Aquinas?
Who or what created God?
the whole point of the Darwinian enterprises that it explains how you can get complexity in the illusion of design from primordial simplicity so the argument from first course roots itself in the foot Pascal's wager you feel better off betting that there is a God because if you lose the bet then you go to hell that's a silly argument because it depends on it assumes that you know which God it is for a start if you bet on Yahweh it turns out to be Bale or Thor then then you're in trouble what else in any case even if it was Yahweh you might well say that Yahweh rather have somebody honest who thinks for himself rather than somebody who's laboriously pretends to believe something so there are new good arguments in favor of a god and that's all that needs to say
Reply: Yep, we have good answers to the question which God best fits the bill, too. Keep up, Richart, you are well behind, and i have no idea, why someone should take you, and your worldview, serious. But, maybe you know all the answers to those questions coming from the theist camp, but your bias makes you ignore them, and you rather prefer to stick to your fairytale worldview, because you like it more for some reason?
A cumulative case for the God of the Bible