“For an atheist to enter a debate, he has to take a position. If he takes a position, he asserts a belief. And when he asserts a belief, he makes a claim. When he advances an argument, presumably he believes the conclusion that flows from his own reasoning. Theists say there is a God, and atheists argue they are wrong. This is not neutrality.”

-Greg Koukl http://chab123.wordpress.com/2011/08/25/it-is-why-they-are-called-atheists-by-greg-koukl/


About Razor Swift

Rich Christian who is the founder of Razor Swift, seeks to open hearts and minds through the platform of apologetics. It's his desire to approach Biblical, faith, and other issues from a different perspective rather than just preaching to the choir in the Christianese dialect. He maintains that faith and reason mustn’t necessarily be at odds with each other, but can be complementary. May no stone lay unturned.
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  1. splatblogger says:

    Right, the more neutral position would be that of Agnosticism. Its as hard to prove that there isn’t a God as it is to prove there is a God. Much easier to prove that you don’t know if there is a God or not.

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