Zacharias and Hitchens Offer Clarity

No one can say with certainty that God does not exist; that would take knowing every thing there is to know. Ravi Zacharias states, “to sustain the belief that there is no God, atheism has to demonstrate infinite knowledge, which is tantamount in saying, ‘I have infinite knowledge that there is no being in existence with infinite knowledge.” To be (philosophically) correct, atheists can only say they do not have good reasons to believe He does. At the same time, atheists can offer no defeaters for believing in God’s existence. Atheists should follow one of their (respectfully former) leading spokesmen, Christopher Hitchens, seeing that philosophically, he is correct….. “It is impossible to disprove the existence of God. We (atheists) can only argue that there isn’t convincing reason to believe in such an entity.” This was said by Hitchens in his debate with William Lane Craig- minute: 42.


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