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> >course, religion being what it is, the mere possession of "faith"
> >lends the believer the absolute certainty that their view is the
> >right one, so it doesn't matter to them whether other people might
> >believe differently--they are on the side of God.  Do you not see
> >why this is a worrying thing?
>
>    I do. It is indeed worrying, from you as much as from anyone. It seems
> to go with the territory.

I don't think that your average atheist holds that it's entirely *impossible*
that there's a god.  They just don't consider it particularly likely, given
the evidence.  There is a difference, here.

--George
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