Does the Abrahamic god exist? If so what proof is there?
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And your ignorance of science is showing, for science deals with the material, not the immaterial. Prove with science you are not just a deterministic, bio-chemical machine? I bet you have no credentials in science. This explains why you mistakenly think science can proof anything.
But prove to use proof exists in the atheist worldview?
2. In science, I am a bio-chemical machine. What is the problem with that? Just because I am a bio-chemical machine does not mean I am deprived.
3. The burden of proof is not on me... You do not understand how this works do you? Theism is the thesis while atheism is the antithesis. The antithesis says that "We will not believe unless you prove your thesis correct."
By admitting you are biochemical determinist machine, you have admitted that you do not believe in proof. Therefore, by asking for proof you are admitting God exists. You see the atheist worldview does not account for things such as reason and proof. Therefore, to ask for such is to presume the Christian worldview is true. Thus, you are presuming God exists. I win.
2. How does that even correlate?
What you said:
Premise: You are biochemical. (correct)
Premise: You are asking for proof. (correct)
Premise: Atheism does not have reason or proof (incorrect, atheism is an antithesis, I do not need to come up with proof since you made the claim)
Conclusion: "God done it."
What are you even saying? Your flawed deductive reasoning is showing.
And your straw man was funny. But if you are biochemical determinist machine, you do not think, you react to environmental stimuli in keeping with the laws of nature. Sorry too few words to educate you on determinism.
And because you are a machine, there is no proof. Proof is a feature of the Christian worldview. Therefore, by asking for it, you assume God's existence. I win.
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