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Interesting Arguments Against the Existence of God

ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (I)

  1. I define God to be X.
  2. Since I cannot conceive of X, X must not exist.
  3. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM LACK OF FEAR

  1. If God exists then I’m going to Hell.
  2. I’m not afraid of Hell. New Jersey is much worse.
  3. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM INTELLIGENCE

  1. Look, there’s really no point in me trying to explain the whole thing to you stupid theists — it’s too complicated for you to understand. God doesn’t exist whether you like it or not.
  2. Therefore, doesn’t God exist.

ARGUMENT FROM INTIMIDATION

  1. See my fist?
  2. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM ABSURDITY (aka THE MOST COMMON ATHEIST ARGUMENT)

  1. B—s—!
  2. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM INCOMPREHENSIBILITY

  1. Flabble glurk zoom boink blubba snurgleschnortz ping!
  2. No one has ever refuted 1.
  3. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM KITCHEN APPLIANCES

  1. My toaster isn’t God.
  2. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM CROCKERY

  1. Pots can give orders to the potter as long as the pots think they are morally superior somehow.
  2. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM BIOGENESIS

  1. Where did life come from, dummy?
  2. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM HATE

  1. Some theists hate atheists and atheism.
  2. That’s because they believe in God.
  3. Pathetic, aren’t they?
  4. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

ARGUMENT FROM LIMITED VOCABULARY

  1. You don’t understand all the big words I use.
  2. Therefore, I cannot possibly expect you to understand my refutation of your position.
  3. Therefore, God doesn’t exist.

And there are more of these: Over Three Hundred Disproofs of God’s Existence

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9 comments on “Interesting Arguments Against the Existence of God

  1. Atomic Mutant
    August 8, 2013

    Nice list of arguments no atheist with half a brain uses. Can we expect a list of chess moves nobody ever makes (like “throw a ball onto the board and declare a foul”?) next?

    • hadeelnaeem
      August 8, 2013

      Dude, take it easy. It’s just funny.

      • Atomic Mutant
        August 8, 2013

        I like laughing. But sorry, not funny (to me). But to be honest, I also didn’t find your other list funny. Quite unfortunate, as I am still looking for good jokes about atheists. Somehow it seems to be easier to make jokes about believers.

  2. hadeelnaeem
    August 8, 2013

    It’s alright, mate. Your choice.

    I found them funny and I re-blogged them. Free world.

  3. Whether a person acknowledges the truth or not sooner or later he will meet his creator.Who will loss?.jalal

  4. If your Parents weren’t around would you exist ? Have a bright day.jalal

  5. If these arguments were published in the Middle East the writer would if been stoned to death.jalal

  6. Proton1
    September 17, 2013

    I think everyone agrees that there is no definitive proof of the existence or non existence of God. If there was one, we wouldn’t be here discussing, right?

    As a scientist, I am trained to follow the so-called “scientific method”: basically, you believe in facts that are observable and reproducible. If you have to use a hypothesis that is not ‘falsifiable’, you are not doing science and you should drop the hypothesis.

    After more than 10,000 years no human being has been able to proof His existence beyond reasonable doubt. That is not a definitive proof against God’s existence, but it strongly suggests that the theory should be dropped.

    As an example, in the 19th century scientists believed in the existence of ether. However, after decades trying to detect this ether, nobody could come up with an experiment that would reveal it. Therefore, the idea of ether was dropped, which gave rise to the theory of Relativity, considered the pinnacle of human scientific knowledge.

    In the case of ether, a few decades were enough to convince scientists that it was not a good theory. In the case of God, however, we keep trying to prove or disprove His existence since more than 10,000 years!

    I think it’s time to reconsider it once and for all.

    • hadeelnaeem
      September 17, 2013

      Thanks for commenting, I have a lot to say too. 😀

      While these arguments were just funny so I reblogged them, what you are pointing out is totally agreeable considering science.

      Karl Popper has given us a better method than verification, which is obviously falsification. If you cannot falsify a theory, it cannot be true.

      So you are saying this theory cannot be falsified, so there is no God or the discussion is useless?

      I agree with “discussion is useless,” you are right there.

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