To deny the existence of God, you are putting your full faith in logic, which is clearly a human construct. You then use this human construct (that you believe in) to deny what you say is another human construct (God, whom you don’t believe in) and to look down on believers for having faith in this particular human construct as opposed to your construct of choice. So isn’t denying God just as much an act of faith as believing in God?
This intriguing idea was posed by a very good friend of mine who was one of my professors in college. I really want to see what you all think of this. Keep in mind, this is a question posed by an agnostic who does not confirm nor deny the idea of god. So lets hear it! What do you think? I’ll be editing this post with my views later. It’s really late and I need to get to bed. Have fun while I’m gone!