You see , therein lies the difference between your faith and my Faith.<quoted text>
Yes, I do accept the possibility that I may be wrong. I think it's highly unlikely but nevertheless, I can't rule it out entirely.
I mean, how hypocritical would it be if I insisted that I was 100% sure I was right and that everyone else was wrong?
And yes, my views can't be proven or disproven.
People used to think he lived on clouds, in a volcano, in the sea, under the earth, etc. Maybe he's hiding in the cupboard under my stairs - I'll go take a look.
Science and Evolution have placed you in Limbo.
They can neither provide you with factual evidence or demonstrate to you personally ,either the existence or nonexistence of God.
So ,you can never be sure, you have to be of two minds or double minded.
I do not have that problen , God has provided me with all the evidence I need of his existence.
You , based on your faith , have no access to that evidence, you don't understand it and intellectually ,you are reduced to mocking it.
You debate the reality of that which you claim does not exist and you don't believe in, which one would identify with illogical.
Your faith has you mentally confused , I believe there is no God,no, I think there is no God , but ,I could be wrong , maybe there is a God or Gods.
I believe 100% in my God and do not need to perform mental balancing acts with the foundation of my faith. My foundation is well balanced , not tottering abouts in a foundation of undertainty