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1 6, 9:09pm
Problem is, how do you know whether there is only one God and not more multiple? You can't, unless you are prepared to accept the burden of proof and then simply provide the neccessary proof of such an entity.
Secondly, this was about the burden of proof, nothing else. I am not going to get dragged into some stupidly silly argument about whether or not God(s) exist; I don't care.
I care about using the term "Burden of Proof" properly. Any and all that decide that they are correct in their assumption of whether such an entity exist or not, has to provide the proof of them being correct, because if you can't provide the proof, why are you even bothering with fighting? Believe what you want and stick to it, I once again do not care.