The way I approach theism has changed over the last few years. I was quick to ask 'where is the evidence?', however this plays into opposition hands. If theists pride themselves in a God powerful enough to create us without the ability to comprehend- demanding evidence that we are apparently to 'human' to fathom- isn't really going to cut it.
Instead I much prefer to have an anti-theist approach, criticising why anyone would want to worship a God that makes such a choice. This, in my opinion, questions the theists self respect and morality more and is harder to shake.
What are everyone's angles of approach in debate, is anti-theism more effective?
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