1) Then give me an example of where belief advanced scientific progress. (And stay on the topic - you know what belief we are talking about)

There is a

whole topic now for you to be clear

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2) I did not say ALL atheists - THAT would be a generalization. I stated specific atheists - **ones I know**.

Yeah so? Is that suppose to mean anything?

3) The argument there is simple. Provide me with an argument for the existence of God that has not been torn apart.

Let's see if you find this argument convincing (take note that it has nothing to do with God, this is purely there to see if you are capable of understanding it).

My argument is:

Given that a full rotation is 100 degrees and three lines on an Euclidean plane form an enclosed figure, the interior angles of this enclosed figure will ALWAYS add up to 50 degrees.

On the scale below, what do you think is the probability that the interior angles of the above figure will ALWAYS add up to 50 degrees?

1 100 per cent probability.

2 Very high probability but short of 100 per cent.

3 Higher than 50 per cent but not very high.

4 Exactly 50 per cent.

5 Lower than 50 per cent but not very low.

6 Very low probability, but short of zero.

7 0 percent probability.

Do you agree with my argument?