This is an interesting.(I thought) I came across the following statements that were presented as some that both atheists and theists could agree to. I can agree with them, can you? 1: That God (if there is one) is that than which nothing greater can be conceived. 2: That this would be an adequate object of such theistic religious attitudes. 3: That this is turn is the being (if such a being exists) that is most worthy of worship 4: That there can be no logically necessary beings 5: An eternal being could not come into being or cease to exist. 6: That God (if there is one) is an eternal being. 7: We cannot sensibly ask if an eternal being exists. If it is an eternal being it must exist. Still there may be no eternal beings. 8: The God of our theistic religions, if he exists, is omnipotent, omniscient, and perfectly good. 9: There is evil in the world. 10: There is considerable agreement (though not complete) that an omnipotent God cannot do what is logically impossible and that that is no limit on his omnipotence. There is also agreement that God (if there is one) can do anything that is logically possible to do. (if he can act at all) So there it is. I would appreciate it (if you care to comment) that you not get wordy and argumentative. Just agree or disagree. I don't really give a damn why. Or start your own thread!