Originally Posted by Trey
Well, I have to agree with Mibz on that one. It is the duty of the followers to provide proof to validate the existence of God.
Perhaps, but they should not have to validate the existence of God to believe in him. The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence. For example, you may know a murder is guilty as sin, but that doesn't always mean he'll go down in court (EX: The OJ Simpson case). Yes, if you want to put the man in jail (Read: Preform a serious decision) you need significant evidence. However, you can believe he did it, and nobody can make you believe otherwise.