If I may, time to remind everyone that the title of this thread from yours truly is as follows:
"Critical thinking on the existence of God." See below for the OP.
Now, my thesis is that atheists do not engage in critical thinking at all, because they know that they will encounter God existing when they do engage in critical thinking.
Oh ye atheists here, what do you say about my thesis?
And here is the OP:
From Susmariosep • Tue 24 Nov, 2015 07:07 pm • Post: # 6,075,056
I have exchanged thoughts with atheists over the existence of God, and I notice all the time that they are not into critical thinking on the issue of God existing or not.
So, let me see whether I can succeed in this thread to see atheists engage in critical thinking on the issue God exists or not.
First, in critical thinking a person must know what is the concept of the thing he is talking about, otherwise he would be talking in effect nonsense.
Wherefore to be into critical thinking on the issue of God existing or not, we must all first work to come to concurrence on the concept of God.
As I am the initiator of this thread, allow me to present my concept of God, namely:
God in concept is the creator and operator of the universe and of everything with a beginning.
I invite posters here to also present their concepts of God, then we will work together to come to concurrence on the concept of God; and from there we will exchange thoughts as to also come to the conclusion that God exists or not, God as known according to the concept we will have concurred on.