Is it reasonable for Atheists to require a standard of evidence or proof from Theists for the existence of God (or veracity of Christianity) to reach the level of undeniability? The more time I spend on the internet the more I find Atheists assign a threshold of evidence for God that they give nothing else.
Without delving into whether God exists or if Christianity is true, could some of my Atheist readers answer a few questions in earnest?
- Why does the evidence for God, or the veracity of Christianity need to reach the level of undeniability rather than a preponderance of the evidence by accumulation like anything else?
- If you were to apply the same standard of evidence and proof to God that you require of other controversial issues, would the threshold be met?
- Can this be level of certainty be fulfilled with anything and it not be gainsayed?
- Is it even possible for anything, regardless of subject matter, to reach the level of certainty you require?
- In my experience it seems that the standard many Atheists require for the existence of God isn’t asked of anything else. Why do you believe it’s reasonable to require such a higher standard for God than anything else?