Atheism is based on faith

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