I’m in a cranky mood tonight. This gave me a warm, fuzzy feeling.
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I don’t give any credence to arguments from evil — from either side of the debate — but I don’t see any schooling in the linked article. I see a lot of confusion.
> Observations that would cause me to abandon belief in God
Nothing in that part makes sense (especially #2 and #4), let alone does it have anything to do with falsifiability. There are unstated premises that need to be written out, and if they were, look to be easy to annihilate.
The second part had some clear criteria (#1 for instance) but most points made no sense. Why would #5 necessarily undermine belief in Christianity if he is not a young earther?
The third part suggest the typical IDer inability to understand probablility.
The fourth part is also incomprehensible. Again, there are unstated premises that need to be written out.
you’d have to ask the scientist – it’s *his* list.