Atheists: Why do you disbelieve in that which cannot be proven or disproven?

Science measures that which is objective by nature and is subject to external observation. Science itself does not deny that which does not fall under the domain of objective observation, so why should you? I think any reasonable person would admit that subjective phenomena (of which there are many) cannot be... show more Science measures that which is objective by nature and is subject to external observation. Science itself does not deny that which does not fall under the domain of objective observation, so why should you? I think any reasonable person would admit that subjective phenomena (of which there are many) cannot be approached by science or studied because it is entirely within the realm of subjective experience.
To rely upon science as your only means of proof of a god or gods and deny the existence of anything that cannot be objectively observed seems lopsided. Science never said that what cannot be objectively observed does not exist. You said that.
Perhaps a god or gods can only be experienced subjectively within yourself. Science cannot approach this, if indeed this is the fact. But why deny that such a thing exists only because science has not found evidence for it? Science is limited in its scope, don't you agree?
39 answers 39