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  1. As an atheist I find that life has meaning, so that already disproves your claim. Maybe you mean life for atheists has no “objective”, God-given meaning, but I reject the claim that such a thing could exist. Meaning is inherently subjective, like our sense of taste. I don’t see how it could make sense for there to be an objective, God-given standard of taste, nor what difference it would make to me if such a thing existed. If I don’t like something, I still don’t like it no matter what your (alleged) God says about it.

    In fact, God’s meaning would itself be purely subjective, as God couldn’t base it on anything outside of his own subjective opinion.


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