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Formulating an argument, the opening.

I think the opening statement with an apologist is by far the most important. You can cut of a large portion of the irrelevance they're capable of bringing by being careful how you word your argument.

I almost always choose to go with something simple, "My claim is that you have no proof or compelling argument for the existence of a personal god."

This cuts out a few things, it removes their ability to ask you for burden of proof on god not existing, it sounds extremely silly…

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Added by Joshua Weinberg on June 25, 2013 at 2:16pm — No Comments

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