1/ Our bodies can be analysed, scanned, prodded, weighed etc. When we are asleep our bodies can be analysed, scanned, prodded, weighed etc. You don’t just disappear in a dream, all that happens is consciousness changes state. You cannot say the same for any god.<quoted text>
1). YOUR POINT HOLDS NO WATER. There is absolutely no evidence that you, I, or anyone else exist, other than in our minds. Close your eyes, go to sleep and where are you? In a dream. Perhaps even while awake we're in a dream. Nothing else. In other words there is no evidence (in either direction) of anything pertaining to the meaning of life.
2). GOOD POINT. However, it neither supports nor denies the existance of a Creator. Just because we can see no logical reason for His existance doesn't mean He dosn't. Your point leaves us with a stale mate.
3). EVEN MORE CRIPTIC. I can only say that your comment ...
God: "I’ll create a great universe ...... stick humans on one tiny, insignificant ball of rock ..... just so they can worship me”.
Your assumption is that because the major "establised" religions proclaim that we should "worship Him" then it must be the sum of metaphisical belief on earth. Personally, I don't think one can make that assumption. Who's to say that God (if there is one) expects us to worship Him when all we've got is nothing to go by. No, no, no - don't even bring the Bible into it. There are no clues in that book other than what a hoard of superstitious men wrote in order to have something to believe in.
I know you said "Doubtful" but you have cast no more doubt against the possibility of an Allmighty creating the Big Bang than you have against Adam & Eve and the whole 7 day Creation thing. "Doubtful" is the wrong choice of word.
If you want to say that is not evidence how can you possibly make the claim that lack of these attributes is evidence?– see #2
Who was talking about the meaning of life? Oh you were! The answer to the meaning of life, the universe and everything is 42. The meaning of life has nothing to so with some god standing on a pre universe and saying abracadabra. There is considerable evidence of what happened from 10^-34th of a second after the “big bang”. However it contradicts indoctrination into religion so is rejected out of hand by those so indoctrinated
2/ Nope, it highlights a discrepancy that godbots hang on to without realising the logic (or lack thereof). They make demands for evidence that they know cannot be obtained (certainly with current knowledge) and yet used the exact same argument as a validation for their belief. It highlights the hypocrisy of goddidit religions
3/ right. Not cryptic at all, you are simply unwilling to analyse the content of the comment.
I make no such assumption, my comment was based on the logical conclusion of the idea that goddidt. When put in understandable form it sounds silly, yes? I actually I think that people worship gods is because of childhood indoctrination and deliberate ignorance. Who is to say worship him? The babble and of course the ordained followers, i.e. the leaders of said religion. You cannot ignore the babble simply because it confirms my argument, the babble (the OT selectively copied from the Tanakh) and of course the Qur’an each dictate worship.
Oh disproving Adam and Eve of the babble is easy, they actually existed and there is evidence to prove it. That same evidence that many religious are content to use in the conviction of a suspected criminal with extremely high accuracy. DNA proves Adam lived about 75,000 years ago and Eve lived about 80,000 years earlier
No it’s not the wrong choice of word, there are a considerable number of independent causes for doubt.