. There is currently no empirical evidence for the non-existence of a deity. — gevgala
While neither theists nor atheists can provide conclusive empirical evidence for their positions, — gevgala
1. X exists. This makes existence as a property of X superfluous whence X is existence.
2. X does not exist. It is incoherent to say as non existent X has properties. Whence existence has properties but is not a property of anything. — EnPassant
There is currently no empirical evidence for the non-existence of a deity. — gevgala
If a deity exists, it is likely to be a transcendent, complex, and powerful being that could potentially exist beyond the limits of human comprehension. — gevgala
It seems like your view explained here might fall under the "God of the gaps" fallacy. If you don't mind sharing, I'm curious how someone could hold that stance. — Thund3r
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