God Dialectic

This is going to need some thorough research but let’s begin with the below:

The very fact that atheists exist is evidence enough for there being no god.

Think about it. If god were real, his presence would be evident without the need for proof.

There would be no doubting his existence.

However, atheists doubt the existence of all gods. Every god. Including YHWH.

The fact that doubt occurs, according to Descartes, is enough for the premise of a god to be debunked.

So let’s argue the doubt, not the existence of such a being.

Thesis = there is a god
Antithesis = there is no god
Synthesis = there is an assertion of god that might be untrue

New thesis = there might be a god / there might not be a god
Antithesis = there definitely is a god / is not a god
Synthesis = there is no absolute term here without proof.

New thesis = there is no proof of god
Antithesis = there is proof all around us for god
Synthesis = the evidence around us can be explained by other means

New thesis = There is more support for there being no gods than there being any gods
Antithesis = I have faith that god exists as I see him everywhere
Synthesis = the only way a god can exist is by someone’s superstition

New thesis = God doesn’t exist except in someone’s mind
Antithesis = I know god is real because I feel him in my heart
Synthesis = god is a felt experience of self-emotion that requires no evidence

New thesis = subjective feelings of awe and emotion are explainable by neuroscience
Antithesis = god speaks to me in my heart and my head. I feel god’s presence.
Synthesis = the brain is responsible for god