Why do atheists affirm that “there is no evidence for gods” when the only claim one can make about a lack of evidence is from an ignoranc…

Answer by Kris Rosvold:

Actually, my refusal to believe in god/s is based in knowelege, logic, and inference from the the purported "evidence" that theists use to assert it's reality.

I've spent years looking at and questioning that "evidence" and without an active decision to lie to myself (faith is the ACT of holding belief in a thing WITHOUT ANY PROOF), none of it holds together in any sort of meaningful fashion.  In point of Fact it responds to the application of Occam's Razor much the same way any balloon responds to any razor.

POOF! … all Gone. *sniffles*

Why do atheists affirm that "there is no evidence for gods" when the only claim one can make about a lack of evidence is from an ignoranc…

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