A Miscellany 142
On positive arguments for disbelief rather than refutations of belief
by Phil van Bergen
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It would appear that most arguments supporting atheism (or denying theism - and I realise we are mainly agnostics) stem from refutations of theist arguements.
Isn't it about time that we non-believers had their own arguments, such as the problem of evil, the argument from inconsistent revelations, and the argument from nonbelief.
These need to be codified and added to.
Can anyone add more arguments?