I, [[User: Conservative]], the issuer of the Consrvapedia debate challenge on the existence of God, largely created [[Atheism|Conservapedia's atheism article]] which is approximately 53 written pages long and has over 300 footnotes. In addition, I largely created [[Evolution|Conservapedia's evolution article]] which is approximately 45 written pages long and has over 300 footnotes.
Now that we have that cleared up, let the written debate of "Does God exist?" begin and I am giving you until November 20, 2011 to fully prepare mind and body for the debate so you are debating at "full atheist power" (please see: [[Essay: Conservapedia's challenge to atheist Penn Jillette|Conservapedia's challenge to atheist Penn Jillette]]). Given the [[Atheism|weakness of atheism]], I strongly suspect at this point you will soon come up with another excuse on why you won't debate me. However, I don't believe this is the real issue and the
paragraph below should settle this matter.
The written debate will be between Penn Jillette and two atheists of his choosing and myself and two Christians of my choosing. I prefer written debates as I believe they offer the audience the maximum amount of information to render a decision (Please see: [[Essay: Conservapedia's challenge to atheist Penn Jillette|Conservapedia's challenge to atheist Penn Jillette]]). Oral debates are often subject to the participants memories and also do not allow additional research to be done on particular points.