Atheism, Blind Faith and Empiricism

Some say God is living there [in space]. I was looking around very attentively, but I did not see anyone there. I did not detect either angels or gods….I don’t believe in God. I believe in man – his strength, his possibilities, his reason.

Gherman Titov, Soviet cosmonaut, in The Seattle Daily Times, May 7, 1962
Since the God of the Bible has declared himself to be non-corporeal, it is folly to disprove His existence using sight or other methods of (empirical/scientific) ‘detection’.
This is a case of Naturalistic presuppositions blinding those who think they see. Can we use the same empirical methods and prove man is worth believing in, has reason that can be trusted and possibilities worth pursuing? No. That’s what blind faith is for.

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