**Therefore,**

**God**exists.
The reasoning for the existence of

**God**as given by Christians can be expessed in a series of short statements followed by a conclusion. I have spent some time reviewing and condensing the various arguments for**God**presented in AvG. Most of the arguments fall into one or more of the argument categories listed below.
If you recognise any new argument, please post it and I will add it to the list giving you credit.

I've asked the local JW to proof read these arguments and surprisingly enough she didn't see anything wrong with the underlying logic of most of the
arguments but was a little critical of the phrasing.

When we see these arguments paraphrased and listed out like this, we see the absurdity of most of the reasoning and at best some seriously flawed logic and
yet Christians still use these same arguments without recognising those absurdities.

**1 TRANSCENDENTAL ARGUMENT**

(1)

(2) If

(3) Reason exists.

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) If

**God**exists, then reason must exist.(3) Reason exists.

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**2. COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT**

(1) If I say something must have a cause, it has a cause.

(2) I say the universe must have a cause.

(3) Therefore, the universe has a cause.

(4) Therefore,

(2) I say the universe must have a cause.

(3) Therefore, the universe has a cause.

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**3. ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (a)**

(1) I define

(2) Since I can conceive of X, X must exist.

(3) Therefore,

**God**to be X.(2) Since I can conceive of X, X must exist.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**4. ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (b)**

(1)

(2) Since

(3) That which is perfect must exist.

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) Since

**God**exists,**God**must be perfect.(3) That which is perfect must exist.

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**5. MODAL ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT**

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2)

**God**, existing, is either necessary or unnecessary.(3)

**God**is not unnecessary, therefore**God**must be necessary.(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**6. TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT**

(1) Check out that tree. Isn't it pretty?

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**7. ARGUMENT FROM MIRACLES**

(1) My aunt Helen was most likely to die from cancer.

(2) She didn't.

(3) Therefore,

(2) She didn't.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**8. MORAL ARGUMENT (a)**

(1) Person X, a well-known

(2) Therefore,

**atheist**, was morally inferior to the rest of us.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**9. MORAL ARGUMENT (b)**

(1) In my younger days I was a cursing, drinking, smoking, gambling, child-molesting, thieving, murdering, bed-wetting bastard.

(2) That all changed once I became religious.

(3) Therefore,

(2) That all changed once I became religious.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**10. ARGUMENT FROM CREATION**

(1) If evolution is false, then creationism is true, and therefore

(2) Evolution can't be true, since I lack the mental capacity to understand it; moreover, to accept its truth would cause me to be uncomfortable

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) Evolution can't be true, since I lack the mental capacity to understand it; moreover, to accept its truth would cause me to be uncomfortable

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**11. ARGUMENT FROM FEAR**

(1) If there is no

(2) Therefore,

**God**then we're all going to die.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**12. ARGUMENT FROM THE BIBLE**

(1) [arbitrary passage from OT]

(2) [arbitrary passage from NT]

(3) Therefore,

(2) [arbitrary passage from NT]

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**13. ARGUMENT FROM INTELLIGENCE**

(1) Look, there's really no point in me trying to explain the whole thing to you stupid atheists -- it's too complicated for you to understand.

**God**exists whether you like it or not.

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.

**14. ARGUMENT FROM UNINTELLIGENCE**

(1) Okay, I don't pretend to be as intelligent as you guys -- you're obviously very well read. But I read the Bible, and nothing you say can convince
me that

(2) Therefore,

**God**does not exist. I feel him in my heart, and you can feel him too, if you'll just ask him into your life. "For**God**so loved the world that he sent his only begotten son into the world, that whosoever believes in him shall not perish from the earth" John 3:16.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**15. ARGUMENT FROM BELIEF**

(1) If

(2) I believe in

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists, then I should believe in Him.(2) I believe in

**God**.(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**16. ARGUMENT FROM INTIMIDATION**

(1) See this bonfire?

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**17. PARENTAL ARGUMENT**

(1) My mommy and daddy told me that

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**18. ARGUMENT FROM NUMBERS**

(1) Millions and millions of people believe in

(2) They can't all be wrong, can they?

(3) Therefore,

**God**.(2) They can't all be wrong, can they?

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**19. ARGUMENT FROM ABSURDITY**

(1) Maranathra!

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**20. ARGUMENT FROM ECONOMY**

(1)

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists, you bastards!(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**21. BOATWRIGHT'S ARGUMENT**

(1) Ha ha ha.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**22. DORE'S ARGUMENT**

(1) I forgot to take my meds.

(2) Therefore, I AM CHRIST!!

(3) Therefore,

(2) Therefore, I AM CHRIST!!

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**23. ARGUMENT FROM GUITAR MASTERY**

(1) Eric Clapton is

(2) Therefore,

**God**.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**24. ARGUMENT FROM INTERNET AUTHORITY**

(1) There is a website that successfully argues for the existence of

(2) Here is the URL.

(3) Therefore,

**God**.(2) Here is the URL.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**25. ARGUMENT FROM INCOMPREHENSIBILITY**

(1) Flabble glurk zoom boink blubba snurgleschnortz ping!

(2) No one has ever refuted (1).

(3) Therefore,

(2) No one has ever refuted (1).

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**26. ARGUMENT FROM AMERICAN EVANGELISM**

(1) Telling people that

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists makes me filthy rich.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**27. MITCHELL'S ARGUMENT**

(1) The Christian

(2) Therefore, all worldviews which don't assume the Christian God's existence are false and incomprehensible.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) Therefore, all worldviews which don't assume the Christian God's existence are false and incomprehensible.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**28. ARGUMENT FROM BLINDNESS (a)**

(1) Atheists are spiritually blind.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**29. ARGUMENT FROM BLINDNESS (b)**

(1)

(2) Love is blind.

(3) Ray Charles is blind.

(4) Therefore, Ray Charles is

(5) Therefore,

**God**is love.(2) Love is blind.

(3) Ray Charles is blind.

(4) Therefore, Ray Charles is

**God**.(5) Therefore,

**God**exists.**30. ARGUMENT FROM FALLIBILITY**

(1) Human reasoning is inherently flawed.

(2) Therefore, there is no reasonable way to challenge a proposition.

(3) I propose that

(4) Therefore,

(2) Therefore, there is no reasonable way to challenge a proposition.

(3) I propose that

**God**exists.(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**31. ARGUMENT FROM SMUGNESS**

(1)

(2) I don't give a crap whether you believe it or not; I have better things to do than to try to convince you morons.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) I don't give a crap whether you believe it or not; I have better things to do than to try to convince you morons.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**32. ARGUMENT FROM META-SMUGNESS**

(1) Fuck you.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**33. ARGUMENT FROM MANIFESTATIONS**

(1) If you turn your head sideways and squint a little, you can see an image of a bearded face in that tortilla.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**34. SLATHER'S ARGUMENT**

(1) My toaster is

(2) Therefore,

**God**.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**35. ARGUMENT FROM INCOMPLETE DEVASTATION**

(1) A plane crashed killing 143 passengers and crew.

(2) But one child survived with only third-degree burns.

(3) Therefore,

(2) But one child survived with only third-degree burns.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**36. ARGUMENT FROM POSSIBLE WORLDS**

(1) If things had been different, then things would be different.

(2) That would be bad.

(3) Therefore,

(2) That would be bad.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**37. ARGUMENT FROM SHEER WILL**

(1) I DO believe in

(2) Therefore,

**God**! I DO believe in**God**! I do I do I do I DO believe in**God**!(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**38. ARGUMENT FROM NONBELIEF**

(1) The majority of the world's population are nonbelievers in Christianity.

(2) This is just what Satan intended.

(3) Therefore,

(2) This is just what Satan intended.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**39. ARGUMENT FROM POST-DEATH EXPERIENCE**

(1) Person X died an

(2) He now realizes his mistake.

(3) Therefore,

**atheist**.(2) He now realizes his mistake.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**40. ARGUMENT FROM EMOTIONAL BLACKMAIL**

(1)

(2) How could you be so heartless to not believe in him?

(3) Therefore,

**God**loves you.(2) How could you be so heartless to not believe in him?

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**41. ARGUMENT FROM INCOHERENT BABBLE**

(1) See that person spazzing on the church floor babbling incoherently?

(2) That's how infinite wisdom reveals itself.

(3) Therefore,

(2) That's how infinite wisdom reveals itself.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**42. OPRAH'S ARGUMENT (a)**

(1) The human spirit exists.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**43. OPRAH'S ARGUMENT (b)**

(1) Check out this video segment.

(2) Now how can anyone watch that and NOT believe in

(3) Therefore,

(2) Now how can anyone watch that and NOT believe in

**God**?(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**44. CALVINISTIC ARGUMENT**

(1) If

(2) I rather like that idea.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists, then he will let me watch you be tortured forever.(2) I rather like that idea.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**45. ARGUMENT FROM CROCKERY**

(1) Pots don't go around giving orders to the potter.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**46. ARGUMENT FROM MASS PRODUCTION**

(1) Barbie dolls were created.

(2) If Barbie dolls were created, then so were trees.

(3) Therefore,

(2) If Barbie dolls were created, then so were trees.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**47. ARGUMENT FROM PAROCHIALISM**

(1)

(2) We haven't been everywhere to prove he's not there.

(3) Therefore,

**God**is everywhere.(2) We haven't been everywhere to prove he's not there.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**48. ARGUMENT FROM UPPERCASE ASSERTION**

(1)

(2) Therefore,

**GOD**EXISTS! GET USED TO IT!(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**49. ARGUMENT FROM INFINITE REGRESS**

(1) Ask atheists what caused the Big Bang.

(2) Regardless of their answer, ask how they know this.

(3) Continue process until the

(4) You win!

(5) Therefore,

(2) Regardless of their answer, ask how they know this.

(3) Continue process until the

**atheist**admits he doesn't know the answer to one of your questions.(4) You win!

(5) Therefore,

**God**exists.**50. ARGUMENT FROM INCREDULITY**

(1) How could

(2) Therefore,

**God**NOT exist, you bozo?(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**51. ARGUMENT FROM HISTORY**

(1) The Bible is true.

(2) Therefore, the Bible is historical fact.

(3) Therefore,

(2) Therefore, the Bible is historical fact.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**52. ARGUMENT FROM RESURRECTION**

(1) Proof of God's existence will be available when you rise bodily from your grave.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**53. ARGUMENT FROM BIOGENESIS**

(1) Where did Adam come from, dummy?

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**54. ARGUMENT FROM STEADFAST FAITH**

(1) A lot of really cool people believed in

(2) Therefore,

**God**their entire lives.(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**55. ARGUMENT FROM LONELINESS**

(1) Christians say that Jesus is their best friend.

(2) I'm lonely, and I want a best friend.

(3) Therefore,

(2) I'm lonely, and I want a best friend.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**56. ARGUMENT FROM ARGUMENTATION**

(1)

(2) [atheist's counterargument]

(3) Yes he does.

(4) [atheist's counterargument]

(5) Yes he does!

(6) [atheist's counterargument]

(7) YES HE DOES!!!

(8) [

(9) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) [atheist's counterargument]

(3) Yes he does.

(4) [atheist's counterargument]

(5) Yes he does!

(6) [atheist's counterargument]

(7) YES HE DOES!!!

(8) [

**atheist**gives up and goes home](9) Therefore,

**God**exists.**57. ARGUMENT FROM CREATIVE INTERPRETATION**

(1)

(a) The feeling you have when you look at a newborn baby.

(b) The love of a mother for her child.

(c) That little still voice in your heart.

(d) Humankind's potential to overcome their difficulties.

(e) How I feel when I look at a sunset.

(f) The taste of ice cream on a hot day.

(2) Therefore,

**God**is:(a) The feeling you have when you look at a newborn baby.

(b) The love of a mother for her child.

(c) That little still voice in your heart.

(d) Humankind's potential to overcome their difficulties.

(e) How I feel when I look at a sunset.

(f) The taste of ice cream on a hot day.

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**58. ARGUMENT FROM INSECURITY**

(1) We have gone to absolutely berserk lengths to establish that atheists are laughable morons.

(1.5) Actually, we did so in the hopes of curing our own insecurities about theism -- but there's no chance in hell we'll ever admit that.

(2) Therefore, atheists are laughable morons.

(3) Therefore,

(1.5) Actually, we did so in the hopes of curing our own insecurities about theism -- but there's no chance in hell we'll ever admit that.

(2) Therefore, atheists are laughable morons.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**59. ARGUMENT FROM SUPERIORITY**

(1) If

(2) But I am superior. Because I am a Christian.

(3) Therefore,

**God**does not exist, then I am an inferior being, since I am not "special" in a cosmic sense.(2) But I am superior. Because I am a Christian.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**60. ARGUMENT FROM PERFECTION**

(1) If there are absolute moral standards, then

(2) Atheists say that there are no absolute moral standards.

(3) But that's because they don't want to admit to being sinners.

(4) Therefore, there are absolute moral standards.

(5) Therefore,

**God**exists.(2) Atheists say that there are no absolute moral standards.

(3) But that's because they don't want to admit to being sinners.

(4) Therefore, there are absolute moral standards.

(5) Therefore,

**God**exists.**61. ARGUMENT FROM HUMAN NECESSITY**

(1) Atheists say that they don't need

(2) Which just goes to show that they need

(3) Therefore,

**God**.(2) Which just goes to show that they need

**God**.(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**62. ARGUMENT FROM HIDDEN LOGIC (a)**

(1) Intellectually, I know that the existence of

(2) But I must put on the appearance of being cool and intellectual in front of my Christian apologist peers.

(3) Therefore, I must pretend that (1) is false.

(4) Therefore,

**God**is impossible, or vastly improbable.(2) But I must put on the appearance of being cool and intellectual in front of my Christian apologist peers.

(3) Therefore, I must pretend that (1) is false.

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**63. ARGUMENT FROM INDULGENCE**

(1) Atheists like to think that they can control their emotional desires.

(2) But they're atheists, so they can't.

(3) Therefore, atheists feel the need to indulge in whatever they feel like without worrying about committing sin.

(4) This just goes to show how they need

(5) Therefore,

(2) But they're atheists, so they can't.

(3) Therefore, atheists feel the need to indulge in whatever they feel like without worrying about committing sin.

(4) This just goes to show how they need

**God**in their lives.(5) Therefore,

**God**exists.**64. ARGUMENT FROM HATE**

(1) Some atheists hate Christians and Christianity.

(2) That's why they don't believe in

(3) Pathetic, aren't they?

(4) Therefore,

(2) That's why they don't believe in

**God**.(3) Pathetic, aren't they?

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**65. ARGUMENT FROM QUENTIN SMITH**

(1) Quentin Smith says that

(2) But

(3) Therefore, Quentin Smith cannot be accepted as an expert on the matter, because he is wrong.

(4) Therefore,

**God**does not exist.(2) But

**God**does exist.(3) Therefore, Quentin Smith cannot be accepted as an expert on the matter, because he is wrong.

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**66. ARGUMENT FROM EVIL SPIRITS**

(1) I've just had contact with evil spirits.

(2) Therefore,

(2) Therefore,

**God**exists.**67. ARGUMENT FROM HIDDEN LOGIC (b)**

(1) Atheists say that

(2) But they only say that because they want to look cool and intellectual in front of their peers.

(3) They don't fool me!

(4) Therefore,

**God**doesn't exist.(2) But they only say that because they want to look cool and intellectual in front of their peers.

(3) They don't fool me!

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.**68. ARGUMENT FROM HOVIND'S CHALLENGE**

(1) Kent Hovind offers $250,000 (which may or may not exist) to anyone who can demonstrate evolution (defined as a natural, acausal origin of the universe)
to a reasonable doubt (meaning with 100% certainty, allowing for no other possibilities whatsoever) in front of a neutral committee (handpicked by Hovind
himself) and according to certain criteria (carefully worded so as to rule out any possibility whatsoever of the challenge ever being met).

(2) No

(3)Therefore,

(2) No

**atheist**has ever met this challenge.(3)Therefore,

**God**exists.**69. ARGUMENT FROM INSANITY**

(1) No sane person could have thought up Christianity

(2) Therefore, it must be true

(3) Therefore,

(2) Therefore, it must be true

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists**ARGUMENT FROM EXHAUSTION (abridged)**

(1) Do you agree with the utterly trivial proposition X?

(2)

(3) How about the slightly modified proposition X'?

(4)

(5) Good. Since we agree, how about Y? Is that true?

(6)

(7) With the truths of these clearly established, surely you agree that Z is true as well?

(8)

(9) I'm glad we all agree.....

....

(37) So now we have used propositions X, X', Y, Y', Z, Z', P, P', Q and Q' to arrive at the obviously valid point R. Agreed?

(38)

....

(81) So we now conclude from this that propositions L'', L''' and J'' are true. Agreed?

(82) I HAVEN'T AGREED WITH ANYTHING YOU'VE SAID SINCE X! WHERE IS THIS GOING!?

....

(177) ...and it follows that proposition HRV, SHQ'' and BTU' are all obviously valid. Agreed?

(178) [

(179) Therefore,

(2)

**Atheist**: of course.(3) How about the slightly modified proposition X'?

(4)

**Atheist**: Um, no, not really.(5) Good. Since we agree, how about Y? Is that true?

(6)

**Atheist**: No! And I didn't agree with X'!(7) With the truths of these clearly established, surely you agree that Z is true as well?

(8)

**Atheist**: No. So far I have only agreed with X! Where is this going, anyway?(9) I'm glad we all agree.....

....

(37) So now we have used propositions X, X', Y, Y', Z, Z', P, P', Q and Q' to arrive at the obviously valid point R. Agreed?

(38)

**Atheist**: Like I said, so far I've only agreed with X. Where is this going?....

(81) So we now conclude from this that propositions L'', L''' and J'' are true. Agreed?

(82) I HAVEN'T AGREED WITH ANYTHING YOU'VE SAID SINCE X! WHERE IS THIS GOING!?

....

(177) ...and it follows that proposition HRV, SHQ'' and BTU' are all obviously valid. Agreed?

(178) [

**Atheist**either faints from overwork or leaves in disgust](179) Therefore,

**God**exists.**71. MR. GOODSALT'S ARGUMENT (ARGUMENT FROM GENERAL INQUIRY)**

(1) Question for

(2) Your answer is wrong.

(3) Therefore,

**atheist**population: [apparently random question](2) Your answer is wrong.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**72. PEACOCK ARGUMENT FROM ORIGINALITY**

(1) I have written the following to demonstrate the existence of

(2) [insert entire text of a William Lane Craig article]

(3) Therefore,

**God**.(2) [insert entire text of a William Lane Craig article]

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**73. PEACOCK ARGUMENT FROM LIMITED VOCABULARY**

(1) You use lots of big words.

(2) Therefore, I cannot possibly be expected to understand your refutation of my position.

(3) Therefore,

(2) Therefore, I cannot possibly be expected to understand your refutation of my position.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**74. PEACOCK ARGUMENT FROM SELECTIVE MEMORY**

(1) [Christian asks "stumper" question]

(2) [

(3) [A lapse of time]

(4) [Christian repeats question]

(5) [

(6) [A lapse of time]

(7) [Christian repeats question]

(8) [

(9) [A lapse of time]

(10)

(11) Therefore,

(2) [

**Atheist**answers question](3) [A lapse of time]

(4) [Christian repeats question]

(5) [

**Atheist**repeats answer](6) [A lapse of time]

(7) [Christian repeats question]

(8) [

**Atheist**repeats answer](9) [A lapse of time]

(10)

**Atheist**, you never answered my question.(11) Therefore,

**God**exists.**75. ARGUMENT FROM HISTORICAL CORRELATION**

(1) This historical event was recorded.

(2) The Bible mentions this event.

(3) Therefore,

(2) The Bible mentions this event.

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**76. THE CLASSICAL CIRCULAR ARGUMENT**

(1) We know that

(2) We know that the Bible is true because it is the word of

(3) Therefore,

**God**exists because the Bible tells us so.(2) We know that the Bible is true because it is the word of

**God**(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**77. ARGUMENT FROM SELECTIVE CELEBRITY QUOTATION**

(1) [insert famous persons name] is a well known

(2) [insert famous persons name] made a comment about

(3) Therefore,

**Atheist**.(2) [insert famous persons name] made a comment about

**God**.(3) Therefore,

**God**exists.**78. ARGUMENT FROM IRRELEVANT TRIVIA**

(1) The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years.

(2) Many people from varied backgrounds wrote the Bible.

(3) Lots of copies of the Bible have been sold

(4) Therefore,

(2) Many people from varied backgrounds wrote the Bible.

(3) Lots of copies of the Bible have been sold

(4) Therefore,

**God**exists.
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JC

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CodeMason

SkipperZ

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Librarian

Delilah

Mr. Kent Hovind

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Jason Peacock

John Hattan

Elroy Willis

Erin Cowan

Chris Nelson

Sinbad

Abner Mintz

Therion Ware

Kronk

Meteorite Debris

Fred Stone

Raven1

Fox

JC

John Boatwright

Dore Williamson

Oprah Winfrey

Irenaeus

Terry Tryon

Isaac42

TheCandle

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SkipperZ

Glory

Librarian

Delilah

Mr. Kent Hovind

Treylane47

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Special thanks to all the wonderfully constructive folks at The Secular Church/Temple of Atheism (Nice to see someone is finally taking you guys seriously,
by the way -- even if it is only your Uncle Goober) for numbers 58 through 67.