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    This is fine as a typical agnostic point of view (i.e. your personal epistemological viewpoint), but it is not a logical proposition that leads naturally to that conclusion as you suggest. As an argument against the atheist perspective, by the same same logic, non-belief in anything is the same then as religious belief.

    Hey thanks for your response, I found it very clear and really interesting, it's a shame that the religious person closed the thread when it was really getting somewhere.

    I think you are right to correct me that athiesm doesn't necessarily have to come from a physical scientific position.

    Just for the record though, I don't believe that complete uncertainty is the only universal truth. If I walk down my street and see a house, I beleive it has a back wall. Even if that back wall has never entered my perception I can safely make an assumption that it is there, and if informed that it isn't there my natural reaction would be that it should be there. I can make these assumptions because throughout my life all inhabited houses I have entered have had back walls.

    I also believe in evolution, because I have seen first hand the evidence (fossils, etc) that creates an argument for it, and ultimately that is a lot stronger to me than the evidence for the case of creationism (ie none).

    Unfortunately; for me, deducing whether there is a God or not is not as simple as this process. I haven't perceived God or the big bang (or at least I haven't recognised what I have perceived to be either of these things) and I am left to make a choice based some abstract philosophical idea that has no relation to me and holds no real meaning in my natural circumstances. Therefore I feel that I am not qualified to make a decision either way, and while the gist of reality seems to point to an athiestic conclusion I don't feel that is enough to state that it is fact. Especially as the majority of mankind still holds the common belief that there is something powerful operating beyond our perception (I think that religions have simply interpreted this through a cultural lense which has distorted it and made it easier to perceive/communicate). Whether it's a god or not, the jury is still out, and of course it depends on your definition of the word.
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