"Human kindness has never weakened the stamina or softened the fiber of a free people. A nation does not have to be cruel to be tough."
Do you not see the insanity in this?
There has to be proof for something to be true. I am an atheist; I believe there is no god. However, I am fully willing to change my views if I am provided with evidence for god. Until that point, I have to assume that you people made it up, just like I made up the story about a unicorn raping you.
That's the way the burden of proof works. In order to make a positive claim, you must provide evidence, plain and simple.
This reminds me a bit of the whole assertion about "militant" atheists. That is, atheists that try to prove their case, rather than just quietly blending into the theistic society around them and pretending not to be different. It seems like a distinction that only exists in the minds of detractors, and shows how much they cannot stand having anything less than a complete stranglehold on society. And how they are so used to having it that they don't realize it for what it is.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
People are becoming increasingly creative in their non-sequitor analogies attempting to debunk the divine. While an atheist myself, I have no way of constructing a valid statement to prove an unequivocal point that believing is a fallacy.
Either I'm right or you're wrong.