Debater Responses:*V*-“@atheistmel: If I can fool god into thinking I believe in him when I really don’t, that’s fairly damaging to his credibility as an all-knowing being!”
*V*-“@DonQuixote1950: Pascal’s Wager ONLY applies if God is sociopath who demands blind allegiance based on: Bible? Koran? Book of Mormon? Which one?”
“@OldRifleman: There are 3,000 of them so far.What if you pick the wrong one?Pascals wager.”
“@Peter301164: which god and is this god really easily fooled by dishonest selfish protestations of belief?”
*V*-“@tzioneretz: You have everything to lose if you’re wrong about God, so why not believe just in case?”Pascal’s Wager. (1) Would “god” accept such opportunism in lieu of genuine affection? (2) Which of the thousands of “gods” should one believe in, and what if one chooses wrongly? Statistically, the odds of choosing the “correct” “god” are much worse than the odds that no type of “god” exists at all.
*V*-“@DonQuixote1950: Believing in wrong god, just as bad as believing in no god (if only 1 god). BUT there r NO gods! Deal w/it! (Not u, them)”
Common Sense, Using Ridicule and/or Requiring Proof: