Those people are unfortunately incorrect and misunderstand what science is and what it can do.
Science is just our current most effective way to understand our world and explain things, nothing more, nothing less. It can be wrong simply because it's made by humans and humans can be wrong. It can change simply because knowledge can change at any moment.
Science (or anything else) will not find proof of the non-existence of God. You can't prove something doesn't exist. You can only prove the existence of something, and even something proved many times over and over again can be doubted in some way or in some context, or even re-interpreted as something else. Science will not prove the existence of God either (at least not the man-made gods that most humans believe in).
Science is not the way of certitude, it's the way of uncertainty, and that's exactly why it's so effective.
actually i agree with you but evolution theory, earth is 4.5 billion
years and it cannot be doubted atm, when bible saying other things which is cannot be proved so this is a reason of atheism, but as you said human can be wrong, even if he not
how stupid it's can sound but i actually think god is exists
It can be doubted, anything can be doubted in science. But for something to be doubted in science you need to provide something that explains things better than what you're trying to disprove. Scientists do not currently doubt evolution (for example) because it has been observed many times directly, explains how the fossils are what they are, explain current animal behaviour, etc, etc...
Evolution could very well be put to the trash one day, but it would require another model to explain even better how things happened and are happening, which is unlikely, but could still happen.
Same deal for the age of the Earth, it has changed a lot ever since it was first analyzed by scientists, we have a lot of evidence for this current number, but something some day might completely change what we know (but again, it's very unlikely).
There's a difference between deciding to not conclude anything and not caring about the matter.
You can have very intense discussions about god with agnostic people, they can care about it just as much. People who don't care about something usually don't even bother mentioning their position on it.
Furthermore, you can have people who are atheists regarding any man-made gods but are agnostics regarding other possible forms of supernatural and superior forces. It really depends on what you're talking about.
what is your source for the existence of world? how did the world become what it is now? there is no novel without a writer, no building without a constructor, how can u explain a world like this, billions of kinds of animals, people exist, without anyone behind it? let alone the world even a fly can't become exist with random reactions, explain how a human can? there is so much you don't know yet you can easily say "how can I believe something doesn't exist" how the fuck do you know anything exists or not? how do you know afterlife doesn't exist? did u die and comeback? before religion you need to understand that there is a creator, and if u know how to look, evertything you see in the world is a proof that a creator exists.
But 99% of people that ever existed didn't believe in unicorns so I agree you shouldn't. However, not only does your existence and happiness depend on His existence (Pascal's Wager), but 99% of people that have ever lived believed in some kind of ultimate, perfect power. So, when atheists make the argument that they don't have to prove that he does not exist, I do not think it is that simple. The question we should ask ourselves is am I sure that he does not exist? Because if he does and I did not care to look into it, I'm fucked. So from this it seems that arguments about theism and atheism should naturally be much more important to atheists than theists.
There's a small detail which you seem to oversee, we now have advanced to the point where we can explain a great deal of things and we have theories and some proof that lead us to believe that certain things happened in a specific way which is, in my opinion, more believable than what any religion has to offer. This is why atheism is 'flourishing'at the moment, we know so much more stuff now than what our ancestors did and thats why we are starting to doubt the beliefs that they passed down on us.
You are right that a unicorn is easy to disprove because it is something that noone ever took seriously, but why does it make more sense that there's a celestial being that's watching over us and is responsible for the creation of the cosmos and everything there is to be. It made sense back then because it was the only explanation we got, it still is in a way but we're on a path where we're solving many questions at a speedy pace and this is why we're starting to doubt that millenia year old belief.
As for the question you say, i cannot say with certainty that there is nothing out there but if i am 99% sure that there is not, and if there is and i am to be judged on sometime then i would ask God why did he put so much effort into hiding from us, and if me not believing in something i had no proof to back up my belief is enough to 'punish' me then that's that. I don't need a religion for a moral compass, i try to be the person i can be everyday of my life. If that's not enough, then i have no need for such foul God.
im not calling you out for anything. i just said your country was actually proper rational during ww2 and knew when to quit. look at prague. the city is just as beautiful (the actually good looking bits of the city at that) as it was while warsaw got double fucking penetrated by russia and germany xd
I don't care if people believe in god or not. But i absolutely hate when People act like they have a superior way of thinking and they are smarter just because they are atheists. I mean yeah there are atheists out there who are rly into the topic and after some thinking they decided hat Religion doesnt make sense to them. But most atheists are just stupid cunts who have no plan about life and just believe another theory which they cant proof is right. They didnt think of it themselves but they just believe in what everybody around them believes in. And that my friend doesnt make u smarter especially because both theories are absolutely ridiculous when u think of them. Life is ridiculous when u think of it so how do u know which Theory is right and which isn't? :/ oh wait u never actually thought about it ur just some motherfucker who acts smart and thinks hes modern because he calls himself an atheist lol. And why whould czech republic be the most Atheist Country?? It's a fucking 3rd World Country so no.
You are both making ridiculous generalizations. It's useless using statements like "most atheists are..." and "most religious people are...", or even worse "all atheists are..." or "all religious people are...".
There are a multitude of people having very different beliefs, there are radical differences from one religious person to the next, even from the same church, and it's the same for atheists.
I know it's reassuring to put everyone in the same box, but it's really inaccurate.
ok, so u belive in big bang or what? And then everything just fell into place? like gravity so we can live and the photosynthesis so we dont run out of oxygen? The perfect discante to the sun, so it's neither to hot or cold?.. I just dont think that something random could create this.
thats actually exactly my opinion bro. Ive thought so much about it and i rly think that all this being created just randomly is just more unlikely than a smart intelligent "creature" who created all that. This is what most atheists dont see lol that their believe eventhough it is "scientific" is just unlikely and ridiculous aswell ..
Well if it doesnt exist why can you think about it? doesnt the fact that we can think about it and that we create an image in our mind of a moral code make it real for us? and if you believe in it doesnt it become reality to you?
By that logic Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings are just as real.
Personally when I think about the concept of god (or any superior entity, make your pick), moral and ethics are not part of the discussion. I know it's something that comes up a lot for many religious people when I talk about it with them, to them god is intrinsically linked to our moral and our values, but it's really not to me.
It's funny cause maybe in some time we'll be able to create AI and create our own world just as a simulation. You dont even know if you're more than some code and you're crying about someone's belief...
Let ppl think what they want as far as it doesnt hurt anyone, what's the problem?