Against the Bible


Against the Bible


Reasons why people
choose not to believe

























Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.

The theory is that denial of the facts can some how change the facts. Therefore being doubtful, skeptical, or even critical of the idea God does exist is presumed to be considered a valid enough reason to believe that God does not exist.

This is commonly known as the ostrich position. However, the scientific community does not give weight to theories which don't have a modicum of substance. The theory of doubt relies purely on blind faith that evidence does not exist, but does not provide a substantiated reason for a lack of evidence. As we know, blind faith is not considered a compelling reason to dispute quantifiable evidence.

Doubt is not actual evidence, or even a valid theory. Rather it is a lack of either and can be quickly dispelled.






























Statistical Evidence
Supporting the Bible


Archeological Facts
Supporting the Bible


Ancient Documents
Supporting the Bible


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