Atheism is based on faith

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A mistaken assertion that is based on the [[equivocation]] fallacy.  For more information on the various definitions, see the entry on [[Faith]].
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This argument says that non-belief in a god requires just as much [[faith]] as belief does.
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This is a mistaken assertion that is based on the [[equivocation]] fallacy.  For more information on the various definitions, see the entry on [[Faith]].
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==Counter-Arguments==
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Something to do with [[burden of proof]].
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Most people don't believe in leprechauns, but they don't have FAITH that there aren't any leprechauns.
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See also: [[Atheist vs. Agnostic]]
  
 
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[[Category: Arguments]]

Revision as of 11:39, 14 June 2006

This argument says that non-belief in a god requires just as much faith as belief does.

This is a mistaken assertion that is based on the equivocation fallacy. For more information on the various definitions, see the entry on Faith.

Counter-Arguments

Something to do with burden of proof.

Most people don't believe in leprechauns, but they don't have FAITH that there aren't any leprechauns.

See also: Atheist vs. Agnostic

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