Disproof atheism is disbelief in the existence of God based on a comprehensive critique of proofs of God’s existence and a growing web of empirical and conceptual disproofs of God’s existence. This growing web of disproofs:

1)    addresses a variety of concepts of God held by major religions and

      leading theologians,

2)    demonstrates that each of these concepts of God not only contradicts empirical facts and scientific theories but is self-contradictory, and

3)    provides an ever more formidable cumulative case against the existence

      of God.

The Disproof Atheism Society, founded in 1994:

  — is an independent, Boston-based, worldwide network of people interested

       in logic, science, and analytic philosophy who support the development

       of disproof atheism.

  — holds monthly talks, discussions, and other events (with a safe zone   

       policy), usually at Boston University and often with a featured speaker.

  — hosted in 2010 the first-ever Disproof Atheism Conference, an all-day 

       academic conference focused on conceptual disproofs of God.

  provides resources and references on disproof atheism. 

For additional information, please contact info@disproofatheism.org.

"The more we consider the theological God,

the more impossible and contradictory will he appear.

         — Paul Thiry d’Holbach, The System of Nature, vol. 2 (1770)