- Mar 2013
- Vulcan, down the street from Darth Vader
None of those things is any kind of evidence. Physical or philosophical laws are not evidence; they are theories and/or hypotheses based on evidence. The hypothesis that an uncaused supreme being exists is its own hypothesis that requires its own observed evidence.Again, what kind of evidence qualifies? The law of inertia isn't evidence? What about the laws of causation? Or the principle of sufficient reason?
Aside from the fact that it is not "my atheism" (i.e., I am not an atheist), atheism says there is no evidence. That is saying something, but it is not a hypothesis that needs evidence or proof. It is theism that requires those things.Your atheism still isn't saying anything.
Whether it has merit or not is an opinion and is therefore irrelevant.And an absence of something has NO PRACTICAL MERIT.