"If I believed there was a god, that would be enough for me. I wouldn’t get tangled up with making insupportable claims to try and prove it logically to nonbelievers. If believing in a god isn’t enough for you, if other people’s non-belief leaves you feeling angry, and you don’t believe they have the right to live their lives as citizens worthy of equal respect, especially in education and law, I’d encourage you carefully to consider why you feel that way."
"Why don’t I believe in God? No, no no, why do YOU believe in God? Surely the burden of proof is on the believer. You started all this. If I came up to you and said, “Why don’t you believe I can fly?” You’d say, “Why would I?” I’d reply, “Because it’s a matter of faith.” If I then said, “Prove I can’t fly. Prove I can’t fly see, see, you can’t prove it can you?” You’d probably either walk away, call security or throw me out of the window and shout, ‘’F—ing fly then you lunatic."