Category:Non-arguments for the existence of God

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Arguments sometimes presented in debates between theists and atheists are not, in fact, arguments for the existence of a god or gods, but either arguments for the usefulness of religion (regardless of its truth), or arguments against having the debate at all.
 
Arguments sometimes presented in debates between theists and atheists are not, in fact, arguments for the existence of a god or gods, but either arguments for the usefulness of religion (regardless of its truth), or arguments against having the debate at all.
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Latest revision as of 19:23, 26 June 2010

Arguments sometimes presented in debates between theists and atheists are not, in fact, arguments for the existence of a god or gods, but either arguments for the usefulness of religion (regardless of its truth), or arguments against having the debate at all.

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