Comment: I don't have any problem with your belief

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I don't have any problem with your belief

But the question was about evidence not belief. You are free to believe whatever you will. You are even free to believe your belief is evidence.

But if so, that is still untrue. Belief is not evidence and we have different words for these things because they are not the same thing.

If I was going to believe things without evidence there is an infinite number of things I could choose. If I wanted to believe in a god without evidence there are thousands from which I could choose, dozens of which many people still worship today. All of which I assume you do not believe in.

I contend we are both atheists, I just believe in one less god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours. —Stephen F Roberts

While I like the quote I disagree in the particular that I do not dismiss your God. I don't dismiss anyone's God. I simply don't believe in them myself.

Still as people I like Christians because Christianity, at least as practiced in the U.S. is very compatible with liberty. Many Christians have at least an inkling that the state is a competing and dangerous religion.

This is entirely true.

The religion of Christianity poses little threat to humanity in these times.

The religion of statanism however poses a dire threat.