Originally posted by zeger55Not necessarily. It may simply be a statement of personal conviction. It is certainly no less reasonable than the claim "there is a God". Obviously whichever claim you make, if you want to convince others of your claim, you must follow it up with some sort of argument - unless of course they are your children in which case indoctrination works quite well.
Stating that there is no god is saying that you KNOW that there is no god. that's the problem i see.