What if you were asked to "prove" that the world was not flat, could you do it? I would guess that you can provide strong evidence, but not proof—at least not in a logical or mathematical sense. The flat-earthers might then tell you that neither one of you can "prove" your claim, therefore, both claims are equally as valid (or both "faith" based). Nonsense! In the absence of logical or mathematical proof, we compare evidence. The claim with the greatest evidential support is the stronger claim. Of course, many people are politically, religiously, or financially motivated to seek out only evidence that supports their position (confirmation bias) and ignore or dismiss the rest, but that's fodder for another post.
If someone asks you to "prove" your claim, unless you are using deductive logic or mathematics, let the other person know that the truth of your claim rests in the strength of your evidence, and there is nothing wrong with that.
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If you spent your life assuming "God" was the answer to all of life's biggest questions, but can no longer believe, you might have many questions that begin with the phrase, "If there is no God..." If there is no God, how did we get here? If there is no God, what's the point of life? If there is no God, where does our morality come from"? If there is no God, won't the world collapse in anarchy with murdering, coveting thy neighbor's wife, and eating shellfish? These are just some of the common questions to which there are good answers. These courses will help you build a strong foundational secular worldview based in science and reason.
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