clear volume_up 1474/5000 Translation results I don’t think the question you asked was the one you were going to ask. Of course, there are definitions of God that not only atheists refuse to reject, but fully accept. For example, if God is defined as an abstract concept formed by a ruling class to keep their subjects under control, most atheists will accept that definition. Or maybe one can define God as Nature itself. God is the set of rules the universe follows to build galaxies, stars, planets, and life forms. Most atheists will probably go along with this definition.
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I surmise that in some cultures the concept of ‘God = Nature’ is the basis of their religious beliefs. Another definition of God might be that an advanced civilization somewhere in the universe just happened, removed some of the monoliths, modified the genetic code of the life forms it found and left it alone. again. These guys evolved from the same kind of thing that humans only started earlier than humans. They are just testing the life they find on earth and devising a way to be informed that humans can progress to a certain level of technology. Reference: Arthur C. Clarke, 2001. I think most atheists find this definition unlikely but plausible, in contrast to the uber nature of traditional religions. I would certainly be convinced if we dig up one of those monoliths on the moon.