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I grew up as an atheist, but was proven wrong. I tend to think of Bayes' Theorem when talking of this proof.
P(g|e) = P(e|g)P(g)/P(e)
In otherwords:
The probability of God existing based on my evidence is equal to the probability of the evidence occurring if God does exist times the probability of God existing, over the probability of the the evidence occurring. Standard probability.

However, this means that if you think it is absolutely impossible for God to exist, P(g) = 0, then you will think that, even given my evidence (or any evidence), God does not exist, P(g|e) = 0.

My point is that it is impossible to prove the existence of God to someone who thinks it is impossible. I'm not here to try to prove your wrong. I'm only here for anyone that is curious about what an actual Christian thinks.
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At 8:22pm on April 27, 2011, truelylove said…
Thank you, I am happy that there is someone else on here that is willing to spread the word of God
At 11:17am on April 26, 2011, Monica McGee (Monicks) said…

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