"For one thing, Hitler made it very clear about what he planned to do with the Jews. Also, the US didn't get involved in WW II to save Jews, it went in with other things on its agenda, including some knowledge that a bomb was possibly in the…"
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The reason I say "there could be a god, but I see insufficient evidence", even though this is the norm among atheists, is that if I don't qualify my viewpoint up front, then I get Christians saying "Well, your belief takes just as much faith as mine" or "How can you be so certain there is no God?". So, I find it easier to explain my position up front and I think it makes some Christians a little more open to what I have to say. In their minds, all atheists are strong atheists who say "There is no God. Period. End of Story."