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How to Prove God Does Not Exist

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G.M. Jackson uses humor, wit, logic and the scientific method to show that it is indeed possible to prove a negative, i.e., that God does not exist.
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Published (first published January 20th 2011)
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Skyler Myers
Oct 24, 2013 Skyler Myers rated it liked it
Recommends it for: People looking for very simple atheist arguments
Shelves: atheism, nonfiction
PROs:

* Funny and irreverent

* Pretty good and unique arguments

* Quick and to the point

CONs:

* Not that many arguments

* Arguments are pretty good, but not that strong

G.M. Jackson unfortunate fails to deliver what the title claims (prove God doesn't exist), but he does give some good reasons to doubt his existence. His arguments are simple to follow and contain a fair amount of wit. I wouldn't expect this to convince any hardcore theists, but it may be good for doubting theists or atheists who want
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Karen A.
Sep 03, 2012 Karen A. rated it really liked it
I laughed so hard when I read this book that I was actually sad when I finished it. It was too short, I wanted more.
Siobhan O' Sullivan
Aug 05, 2012 Siobhan O' Sullivan rated it liked it
this essay felt more like a rant than the previous one I read by said author. It feels angrier and less humorous. Still worth a read
Nancy A
Amen

I did the experiments and came to the same conclusion. Here I publish my findings. I did not receive my cheeseburger or fries. Nor was I magically healed of my spinal injury.
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“A theist can't empirically prove that God exists but he believes in God because no one can allegedly disprove God's existence. By his logic, you must believe in anything you can't disprove. That means all things are real until disproved--including the tooth fairy, the Loch Ness Monster, Santa Claus, the Flying Spaghetti Monster, etc.” 2 likes
“Every time we prove a positive, we simultaneously prove an infinite number of negatives. Therefore, it is erroneous to declare that we can't prove a negative.” 0 likes
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