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20 SHORT Arguments Against God's Existence

20 SHORT Arguments Against God's Existence

Hemant Mehta (http://www.friendlyatheist.com, http://www.patreon.com/Hemant , https://www.facebook.com/friendlyatheist)

Inspired by:

http://www.reddit.com/r/TrueAtheism/comments/2b40w7/whats_your_shortest_most_concise_argument_against/

- There's no evidence!
- God doesn't stop the evil in the world, and God himself committed plenty of it.
- Drowning just about everything alive?... not a sign of love.
- The opening lines of the Bible are wrong. Why believe the rest of it?
- Prayer has never fixed anything physically impossible. Why won't God heal amputees?
- There are thousands of Gods you don't believe in. What makes yours any different?
- Where you're born essentially determines what you believe. Why is the truth based on geography?
- Who created God? And how does your answer to that make any sense?
- Pediatric cancer
- Unconditional love shouldn't come with a list of conditions.
- Every supposed miracles gets debunked eventually.
- The Ten Commandments he gave left off Don't Rape and Slavery's Not Okay.
- The movies and music that honor God... are awful!
- The invisible and the non-existent look very much alike
- No hide and seek game lasts this long
- Science explains so much of what we used to attribute to God
- The more we learn, the less reason we have to believe in God
- If you tried to explain your religious mythology to someone who had never heard it before, you'd sound crazy.
- If God didn't exist, the world would probably look exactly as it does now.
- If God existed, he would smite me now.

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