The Disproof Atheism Society: EMPIRICAL, CONCEPTUAL, and DISPROOFS of gOD

The Disproof Atheism Society Disproof atheism is disbelief in the existence of God based on a comprehensive critique of proofs of God’s existence and a growing web of empirical and conceptual disproofs of God’s existence. This growing web of disproofs: addresses a variety of concepts of God held by major religions and leading theologians, demonstrates that each of these concepts of God not only contradicts empirical facts and scientific theories but is self-contradictory, and provides an ever more formidable cumulative case against the existence of God.   The Disproof Atheism Society, founded in 1994: — is an independent, Boston-based, worldwide network of people interested in logic, science, and analytic philosophy who support the development of disproof atheism. — holds monthly talks, discussions, and other events (with a safe zone  policy), usually at Boston University and often with a featured speaker. — hosted in 2010 the first-ever Disproof Atheism Conference, an all-day  academic conference focused on conceptual disproofs of God. — provides resources and references on disproof atheism. For additional information on the The Disproof Atheism Society, please contact  info@disproofatheism.org. “The more we consider the theological God,  the more impossible and contradictory will he appear.”          — Paul Thiry d’Holbach, The System of Nature, vol. 2 (1770) EMPIRICAL DISPROOFS OF GOD 1. COSMOLOGICAL DISPROOFS 2. TELEOLOGICAL DISPROOFS 3. EVIDENTIAL EVIL DISPROOFS 4. NONBELIEF DISPROOFS      ============================ 1. COSMOLOGICAL DISPROOFS Disproof from the contingency of the universe  Nicholas Everitt, “The Argument from Imperfection: A New Proof of the Nonexistence of God,” Philo 9, no. 2 (2006): 113-30 www.pdcnet.org/collection/show?id=philo_2006_0009_0002_0113_0130&file_type=pdf Disproof from relativistic cosmology Quentin Smith, “Atheism, Theism, and Big Bang Cosmology,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 69 (1991): 48-65 Reprinted in M.Martin & R.Monnier (eds.), The Improbabillity of God (2006),...

Incapable of making a decision on if there is or not a god?

First What is a god?   We as thinkers should ask first “what is a god?” before you address does a god exist. We also help believers by asking this question allowing them a chance to think about it as well. If we move too fast and forget to ask “What do you mean by the term god?” don’t help them coming up with any answer as to do this can stop them from having to think, “hey do I really know that a god is?”, let them sweet on it. I know not them nor anyone can give a truly valid claim of god that can not at some point not be reducible to a empty act of faith especially faith claims in holy books that themselves are full of wild unfounded claims about their god claim of choice, as there is no ontology of the term god so give a good ontology of god and then how you are claiming to know it. gOD-thinkers seem to believe befor thinking. The god thinkers are closed thinkers and are not being open/scientific thinkers on the god term, not at all they start with beliefs and look into the world striving to prove what they already believed before they started thinking or looking. So it’s no surprise they see their propositional god thinking is everywhere and in everything, such a conformation basis confution about the real world that is godless. I am a truth seeker and see no truth in any god term claims as anything real and instead are magical thinking superstitions.   PS. A good ontology of god would...