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Can we disprove or prove the existance of god?

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 12/10/2014 Category: Religion
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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theforthtriplet

Pro

How can we disprove or prove the existence of God? In my opinion we can't either way as we do not have sufficient enough evidence to prove the existence of god we can only rely on religious text and thought, we cannot prove that god does not exist as we do not have knowledge of the universe outside of the observable universe.
gomergcc

Con

To prove God you can use this logic. You can study the probability of thing. When something that sould happen once or twice every few billion year and insted it is happening all the time thats is evidence of God.
As for dispoving God you cant Absence Of Evidence Is Not Evidence Of Absence
Debate Round No. 1
theforthtriplet

Pro

theforthtriplet forfeited this round.
gomergcc

Con

Dose my opponent concede to my argument?
Debate Round No. 2
theforthtriplet

Pro

theforthtriplet forfeited this round.
gomergcc

Con

Theforthtriplet forfeited and I am clearing out the notice.
Debate Round No. 3
theforthtriplet

Pro

theforthtriplet forfeited this round.
gomergcc

Con

Please vote Con since theforthtriplet forfeited.
Debate Round No. 4
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Posted by gomergcc 2 years ago
gomergcc
hey I only had 500 characters. What are miracles? God messing with the laws of probabilities
Posted by Vajrasattva-LeRoy 2 years ago
Vajrasattva-LeRoy
No.

In order to prove that something exists, you have to be able to define it.
Since there is no way to define God, there's no way to prove that God exists.

It's very easy, on the other hand, to prove that God cannot not exist.
If God didn't exist, nothing & no one else would either.

Probabilities don't work like the Debater claims they do.
Something that "should" happen only once in a
billion years might very well occur quite often sometimes.

&, what in the world would "wrong probabilities" have to do with
proving the existence of God, anyway?
Posted by missmedic 2 years ago
missmedic
A gods existence is based in faith not proof. Faith is when one accepts a statement as true without evidence for it, or in the face of evidence against it. Faith pretends that evidence for or against an idea is irrelevant.
Posted by j_lawless 2 years ago
j_lawless
the con statement in round one is almost completely illegible and also irrelevant
Posted by vi_spex 2 years ago
vi_spex
hmm proof before disproof
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro negated his own resolution, and even if he didn't, he didn't provide sufficient arguments. Conduct to Con for Pro's round forfeits.
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Vote Placed by Mr.Chorlton 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro did not attempt to argue this topic because after making the entail statement in round 1 forfeited all the other rounds (which also cost conduct points)