We also know that the gerflagenflopple was made up on this web page.

The word did not exist until created here.
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For example, the Bible says that God answers prayers.

Free will, is a religious term referring to the Genesis account of the fall of humanity and is coupled with a redemptive act of blood sacrifice by God. Due to the fall humanity has inherited a sin nature and God will destory sin and anything linked to sin after this 1000 year regien we are presently in. This is what the Bible teaches about God, humanity, and sin. The Bible should be titled, The Holy Philosophy not Holy Bible due to so many errors and contradictoins.

But we know that the belief in prayer is a superstition.
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People talk about Leprechauns all the time.

Time passed by, men in general quickly forgot their origin and the communication with the Creator was restricted to those few who truly desired and looked upon it with steadfastness. But the time was near and the great Redeemer would soon come. His birth was attended by angels from on high and stars of unbelievable brightness shone upon the long awaited night when the King came to the world. His life was a merciful one. His hands outstretched and His love abundant. When the time appointed came He stepped forward and took upon Him the sins of the world and built the bridge to eternal glory and exaltation. He rose from the dead with a glorified body and broke the bands of death, an innumerable host of men whose spirits were imprisoned He set free and they took their bodies in a glorious state and showed themselves to many.

The lack of evidence seen in the prayer realm acts as evidence that God is imaginary.
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I think this comment is interesting, because in addition to their being homologous structures between male and female humans, there is also shared DNA sequences and homologous structures between humans and other species, like Chimpanzees. Certainly this evidence points to a common ancestor, considering that Darwinian evolution predicts this phenomena quite precisely. I’m addition, wouldn’t you say that writing these structures off as an elegant usage of “limited information space” is hasty, considering that it requires more information to code for something like a nipple, than to simply have there be skin?

If you think about it as a rational person, this lack of evidence is startling.
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The reason for this lack of evidence is easy for any to see.

(1) If there is a designer, then God must exist.
(2) If I find a watch in a forest, there must be a designer.
(3) [Throws watch into forest.]
(4) Therefore, God exists.

But that does not mean that Leprechauns exist.

(1) Isn't X amazing!
(2) I don't understand how X could be, without something else (that I don't really understand either) making or doing X.
(3) This something else must be God because I can't come up with a better explanation.
(4) Therefore, God exists.

Something had to create the universe.

(1) I would go crazy if I didn't believe in God.
(2) I am not crazy, and don't want to go crazy.
(3) Therefore, God exists.

Science has no explanation for the universe's creation.

Often we hear people loosely use the term "miracle" in every day conversation, such as, "that was a miracle!", and "I sure could use a miracle right now!", though few people know much about significant miracles and their history. Some people simply do not believe in miracles as being REAL, but rather think they are only found in fairy tales. Others claim they believe in miracles but still have little or no idea about what a true miracle is, if they really occur, where they occur, to whom, and what types have been claimed to have occurred repeatedly over the centuries. On this page we will describe what a true miracle is based on writings over the last 2000 years.

They are as imaginary as the gerflagenflopple.

(1) Chocolate is God's gift to humanity.
(2) Therefore, God exists.
(3) Now class, would anyone like to attempt an Argument From Beer?