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A '''leprechaun''' is a [[mythical creature]] from Irish folklore. Along with [[unicorn]]s and [[dragon]]s, leprechauns are sometimes used as substitutes for [[God]] to illustrate the weakness of an apologist's argument, or the strength of a counterapologist's own argument.
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A '''leprechaun''' is a [[mythical creature]] from Irish folklore. Along with [[unicorn]]s and [[dragon]]s, leprechauns are sometimes used as substitutes for [[God]] to illustrate the weakness of an apologist's argument, or the strength of a counterapologist's own argument (see [[Mythical creature]] for an example).
 
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'''Example'''
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* ''Atheist:'' "Do you believe in leprechauns?"
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* ''Theist:'' "No."
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* ''Atheist:'' "Why not?"
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* ''Theist:'' "Because they don't exist."
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* ''Atheist:'' "[[You can't prove God doesn't exist|Prove it]]."
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A leprechaun is a mythical creature from Irish folklore. Along with unicorns and dragons, leprechauns are sometimes used as substitutes for God to illustrate the weakness of an apologist's argument, or the strength of a counterapologist's own argument (see Mythical creature for an example).

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