by John Henson
To see people abandon reason is amazing, but even more so when atheists, who pride themselves on logical argument, do it because they are tired of listening to the logical proof of God's existence.
On the blog "Atheist Experience" one writer said he was tired of hearing arguments for God's existence because those arguments don't have anything to do with the real world. He wrote,
"But basically the rise of science was based on a recognition of the fact that our model of the universe is always going to be tentative, so we should build up a system that recognizes facts as more or less likely to be true based on their support through observation. There is never, ever, going to be some kind of successful argument purely of the form 'A is A, therefore Bigfoot exists / doesn't exist.' Proving things in the real world requires that you look at things in the real world."/1
"Facts are more or less likely to be true,"