Scott: Taking a dogmatic view against Believers is only another form of belief, however.
But why should I care about what someone else believes? If the Holocaust Believer believes in something that in my mind is not proven to be true, then I will not share his beliefs. It is that simple. His beliefs are of no concern to me. And anyway, I will find it rather difficult to convince him of my beliefs. The only person I can convince of anything is in the end only myself. And isn’t it also true that when I speak, that I really only speak to myself, and that when I post something on the forum, that it is really to me I am posting to? And when I argue about something with someone, that I am really trying to convince only myself?
The way I see this is: A Believer explains to me what he believes is true and why, and then I will explain what I believe is true and why I think so. And that should be the end of it. No need to get angry at each other, no need for calling each other names.
Moderator: This is my last comment on "Belief" on this thread. Promise.