|"God ... is as strong as a unicorn." Numbers 23:22|
Believers (and many skeptics) often say that you can't disprove the existence of God because you can't prove a negative.
But if that is true for God, isn't it also true for unicorns?
How do we know that unicorns don't exist?
(How could God be stronger than a nonexistent being?)
For these and other important questions, see Stephen Law's post, "You Can't Prove a Negative".