^ I'm not being evasive, I simply have nothing in my head to weigh in on. Russell's Teapot only works if you buy into the commonly marketed conception of god. I already said that that doesn't work for me. If, however, you take into account all the different accounts of a god or gods that have been offered up by other cultures since the beginning of recorded history, you're dead in the water. Is it the perfection of the universe? the universe in it's entirety? "the source" of everything? The point is I have no idea what anyone is even talking about when they use the term "god". I cannot tell you I don't believe in something that I can't even get my head around. You can use all the goofy mythological references you like, it doesn't change the fact that "god" is semantically opaque...and I feel more comfortable admitting that I don't know what we're talking about when we use the term than saying it, whatever "it" is, doesn't exist. The naive, Phil 100, arguments against the existence of the Western, biblical god hold absolutely no sway with me.