greeney2 wrote:Now, as I keep telling you, science has not claimed "there is no God", it is not the job of science to make such a claim.
Thank you. This was the purpose of this entire post, since so many atheists hinge thier beliefs on science and demand a scientific test as proof of Gods existance.
Well, you're talking about something different entirely there.
One can demand scientific evidence to prove the existence of God before believing, without expecting science to disprove God's existence. The first is reasonable, the latter isn't, due to the inability to prove a negative.
If we use the example of unicorns, we should not expect science to be able to prove there are no unicorns. However, we should not believe in them without scientific evidence of some kind. If unicorns were real, we should expect a scientific proof of their existence to be possible.