I was having a lively debate with Zama over the other post since 21st August until now (about 17 days). You can view the complete debate here. Now that his college is about to start, we shall stop our discussion now.
One issue that we cannot resolve is the 'burden of proof" of the existence of god. As in most debate between theist and atheist, the religious usually will push the burden of proof to the unbeliever. My position is that man created god, an imagination. Just like I cannot disprove the existence of the pink unicorn in real life (yes, the pink unicorn exists in someone's imagination), I cannot disprove the existence of god.
Is there a way to convince the theists that they have the burden of proof?