I may or may not be an "atheist", depending on which of several definitions you choose.<quoted text>
Thats why i find it funny they are calling Atheists as escapers from sins and judgements. Oh well, these people, when they dont disagree with your belief they will always find a reason (no matter how lame it is) to throw at you :)
Im no atheist.
It doesn't matter, really-- all I ask for, is proof for any and all claims made, before I'll conditionally accept them as valid.
Simple, really-- not complicated in the least.
For proof, I'll accept anything that is both objective and repeatable/testable.(can be measured)
If it cannot be measured? It's not real--by definition.
But never mind all that-- I have yet to meet someone who believes in supernatural stuff, who does not have some moldy-old book that they think is an authority on the subject.
Why is that? Why is an old book required?
Why cannot these ... gods... make modern contact with people?
I never ever get an answer to that one...