Kenny wrote:If we assume God exists and he wants us to know he exists, then I would say he is to blame for whatever non-belief one might have. However if God exists, I would not assume he wants us to know he exists because of how well he has remained hidden; thus there would be no blame because it is all by design.Nessa wrote:Atheists, agnostics...
If there was a God, would He be responsible for your lack of faith in Him?
YesB. W. wrote: man left his home the forest and traveled to a far away land where there were no forest. If one walked away from the trees in the forest and chose to live in a desert, does the forest still exist?
If you are referring to the previous conversations we had about my previous theistic beliefs, using your forest analogy; I never saw any trees, I just believed they were there because everybody I believed in and trusted told me the trees were there. So it’s not like I actually walked away from any trees, I just walked away from the BELIEF that there were trees.B. W. wrote:One can deny the existence of trees only at the expense of ignoring the evidence that trees exist.
Who walked away from whom would be a better question and why.-