But not anything uncaused, unless of course it happens to be your 'divine' creator. No double-standard there then.(shrug)To me there are many possibilities, including the one of the divine
Why do you continue to insist that we show you evidence of something which is NOT our position, especially when the possibility proposed is that it was NOT caused?<quoted text>
If you have an evidence that something can cause itself into existence why don't you show me?
Answer - You're just another dishonest fundie who's too incredulous to accept the idea of anything being uncaused UNLESS it applies to YOUR favourite wizard.
Not really, since it's not ours that is based on dishonesty. For keep in mind we also accept the possibility of potential causes, which have since been elaborated on.See the fallacy where you dwell?
Actually it's your position which explains nothing. Invoking an invisible magic Jewish wizard is not an explanation. It is a WHO, not a HOW. And it's based on zero evidence. But there is this old book which you were brought up on which talks about talking lizards, donkeys and the Earth being flat. But it probably picked the right wizard out of the thousands proposed throughout history though.Only verbal juggling that explains nothing.