Thank you, Matt Dillahunty, for explaining the burden of proof!

The religious almost always inform me that I can’t disprove their god claims. This is true. I also can’t disprove leprechaun claims or invisible, pink unicorn claims. And yet no one takes those notions seriously. Why? No evidence. But that’s not my point. My point is that when prompted to disprove god claims, I usually answer something like, “You’re attempting to shift the burden of proof.” For a definition and illustration, see below by Matt Dillahunty of The Atheist Experience:

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