There are a number of slogans one hears in the online atheist community, some of them purporting to be epistemic principles or rules of thumb. Unfortunately, many of them are only correct if we interpret them very narrowly and often not in the way they were intended, while others are just plain wrong. Today, we’ll be tackling the idea that there is no evidence for theism. What exactly is evidence? And is it reasonable to think there is literally zero evidence for theism?
This is part one of a five-part series. For even more on epistemology, check out Walden Pod for a completely different epistemology series.