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Rational argument for God, and where the burden of proof lies?


What rational argument is there for a belief in a God(s) and why does the burden of proof seem to lie with atheists/agnostics rather than those making the claim? If there is no actual evidence then, while 'God' may still be falsifiable, it might be taken as falsifiable as Zeus (etc.) for all practical purposes; if there's proof though, provide it before our fellow Hubbers! I'm sure we're all interested to hear your insight. And lastly, why does the burden to prove something's non-existence lie on atheists/agnostics instead of theologens and religious figures? Be friendly ?_?

 

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