Quite frankly, I would rather be a blithering idiot than a prick. Misplaced confidence and unnecessary insults are a bad combination. Furthermore, my negative proposition "there is no God" is certainly falsifiable - by you proving there is one! Quite frankly I don't care if you believe in God or not. I don't care what you believe. And you can't prove your position any more than I can prove mine. I can say the same thing to you: prove to me there is NOT a God. You can't do that either. The point is that there is no incontrovertible evidence either way. You have no more incontrovertible evidence than I do in terms of being able to convince others. If theism is absent, a position is automatically deferred to atheist. Are you telling me there is no such thing as an agnostic? That everyone has to be certain there is a God or there isn't? So when you ask someone if there is a God and they say 'I don't know,' does that mean they are lying? Or do 'I don't know' and 'No' mean the same thing to you? How many times are you going to put your foot in your mouth? 3) You state there was agreement established that there is no possibility of conclusive evidence for my position or yours, Darkhorse, yet claim ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY in your beliefs. The logic of this is lost on me. I have absolute certainty in my beliefs because I have evidence that convinces me absolutely. Just because I cannot convince YOU does not make it otherwise. I am also not able to communicate certain direct experiences and connections through words. When you build a structure of understanding that is interconnected, the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts. Are you certain that profitable patterns exist in the market? Could you convince a random walker? Even if you couldn't, could you still maintain certainty for yourself? Would the random walker's disbelief have any effect on your personal knowledge? how do I go about choosing which religion to follow? Each claims as punishment eternal torment for the non-believer, am I to believe them ALL? The way you discover the path is by searching for it, examining and weighing many things, spending long hours and long nights in thought and contemplation until you put the puzzle pieces together in a way that makes sense to you. If you think I have a two sentence answer for you, you're even worse off than I thought.