Can both theists and atheists views be partly right?
- 1 month agoFavourite answer
Easiest thing in the world!
Look at the Big List of Gods and Goddesses.
Most theists doubt the existence of most of Them.
Atheist doubt the existence of the same Ones the theists doubt, plus however many names remain.
So, both are right about the Gods and Goddesses they both doubt.
- ArcherLv 71 month ago
One is a collection of beliefs the other is the choice not to believe. Kind of two sides of the same coin now isn't it.
- GodLv 51 month ago
No. Fact does not care about your opinions. God doesn't exist.
- RonaldLv 41 month ago
There either IS an invisible, undetectable supernatural dude living in the sky, or there isn't..there is no middle ground to stand on...
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- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i dont see why not
- Bill MacLv 71 month ago
It's not about either being "right" or even partly right. Truth is what sets us all free. John 14:6 "Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me." Exclusive, yet countless people know there is a living God through Jesus Christ, because of who He is and what He has done.
- 1 month ago
For example, both atheists and Christians believe that humans came from dirt (Gen 2:7).
Atheists won't exactly use those words, but they believe that rock erosion, volcanic gases, water and such somehow formed into a can of Campbell's Primordial Soup, which became a bacterium which later became a person. "Dirt" is simply a layman's term for what you get when rocks erode, and usually mixed with a little water.
However, where they differ is that Christians believe God directly transformed that dirt into a person.
- Dave DLv 71 month ago
As atheists say, atheism is ONLY about their not believing in God. That view is incorrect. So, no, they cannot be partly right.
- .Lv 71 month ago
Yes, we shouldn't get too stuck on anything.
We are part of the process imprisoning ourselves and need to escape the vicious cycle.
- Anonymous1 month ago
In the primary sense, no.
Neither refers to God as "maybe."