Arguments in favor of the existence of God are just as much in favor of the existence of parody religions.

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Parent debateThis argument is used in the debate Does God exist?.
Argument forThis argument is a justification of No evidence of a god.
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The cult of the flying spaghetti monster or the invisible pink unicorn were created specifically on the premise that the arguments presented to prove the existence of God are just as much proof of the existence of the Christian god as they are of fantastical higher entities that few people would defend at face value.


“The LRI is used as an example to highlight the arbitrariness of supernatural beliefs; for example, replacing the word "God" in any theistic statement with "invisible pink unicorn"[3]. The mutually exclusive attributes of pink and invisibility, combined with the inability to disprove the existence of LRI, constitute a satire of the properties that some theists attribute to their divinity[4].”

Author not entered, “Invisible pink unicorn”, Wikipedia.


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