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Summarise The Most Powerful And Persuasive Argument For Atheism That You Have Read What Is Your Response A person who believes in the existence of God does so not because there is concrete fact to suggest that God does exist but because they have a feeling or a need to believe Their faith can neither be proven correct nor incorrect It is therefore difficult to persuade a believer not to believe typically no argument can ever sway the opinion of someone who has unquestionable faith in the existence of God As an atheist I feel just as strongly about my own beliefs I cannot believe in something someone who to my mind has never physically appeared It might be argued that Christ was God but Jesus himself only claimed to be the Son of God So for me the greatest argument for the non-existence of God is the lack of his physical presence or even any evidence that he exists I favour this argument not because it is strong or even particularly well thought out but because I firmly believe that there is no Deity I believe this based on the same gut feeling that most religious people would base their faith People who believe in the existence of God have many proofs ranging from the proof by design it is too much of a coincidence that the world is perfect to the miracles of Jesus Equally I have many arguments for the non-existence of God A good example being God is considered to be immutable unchanging equally God transcends time and space If we accept these factors to be true then how is it that the world was created For creation to have taken place then God would have to have changed from a non-creator to a creator thus there is a contradiction My most favoured argument for atheism however concerns the presence of evil There is one further point that I would
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