The Civil Writer Magazine

The world is diametrically oppose to each others differences on God with no other defense than to say "I don't believe" or "I do believe" there is a God. But what do they base their oppositions on? 'I don't believe in God, I believe in science,' atheists often argue. 'I believe Jesus is the son of God by faith', Christian's often argue. But that doesn't mean that each pattern of thinking is evidence-based.

Empirical evidence is the information received by means of the senses, particularly by observation and documentation of perfections, patterns and behaviors. It is a freethinker's tool of choice. The atheist who is supposed to be a freethinker and the closed- minded Christian sacrifices their indispensable tool of reason on the altars of science and faith. Atheist typically hold that there is insufficient evidence to support the existence of God(s). Christians who are absent of any free thinking capabilities beyond the scriptures holds that the Bible is the word of God therefore it is inevitably true.

They both presents circular reasoning, Circular reasoning a logical fallacy in which the reasoner begins with what they are trying to end with. Their statements starts off with, "there is" an assumption that what they are saying is a settled argument but short on evidence from science or scriptures indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid. Both are all strong on imagination and not so much on physical evidence.