In the same way scientists look for the origins of The Big Bang, create devices to examine what makes-up the universe etc - why can’t theists also similarly unite and employ science to conclusively seek out their god? Prove not only conclusively that this supernatural-being exists - but go then go the next step and start communicating with him/her and then in-turn find his creator?
With the financial resources at their disposal, the ability for theists to cobble-together enough money to fund a ‘God Detector’ can’t be down to lack of money.
Even the most staunch-believer has to agree that god is made of something to be able to make planets and monitor all the goings-on on earth etc.
‘Something’ on this massive scale can surely be discovered?
My hat goes off to those hardy Cryptozoology folk.
At least those seeking out hidden/legendary extinct-animals, do so with vigor and with every resource available at their disposal.
Cryptozologists are at least bright enough to know, that without evidence their convictions are meaningless.
They seek evidence for Big-Foot or Loch Ness Monster etc and don’t just settle for the comfortable yet unsubstantial “we know it exists” in the same glib way as theists.
That’s why a single pig-headed, nut-case Cryptozoologist has more credibility than all the worlds theists put together.
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