The only points I made from the point I asked "How do you know?" is "You can't know unless you remove all certainty", "You can't be certain until you've proved it", "It's impossible to prove a negative", "So you don't actually know Allah doesn't exist."
Then people who agree with me start posting to disagree with me...? So am I getting a serious response? It can be frustrating to make simple point yet have a bunch of people go over the top with their responses without actually just reading.
To be more clear, it is 99.9345908340934083409% certain that Allah was a figment of Mohammed's schizophrenia-addled imagination.
But yes; now get stekim to realize I "didn't get schooled" (a post you thanked, for whatever reason), that his argument is fallacious (which means I don't have to prove or demonstrate anything until he fixes his argument), and be a bit more rational than claiming to know a negative.
I dislike irrationality, be it from theists or atheists.
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