«The essence of evidentialism was expressed by a thinker of the 19th century, W. K. Clifford, who wrote: "It is always erroneous, anywhere and for anything, to believe something without sufficient evidence".
Since according to Clifford, we can never find sufficient evidence for religious beliefs, all who accept a religious belief are behaving in an immoral, irresponsible and irrational manner.
Here is another declaration that refutes itself. It is enough to ask the evidentialist for a proof of his assertion. As it is impossible to present evidence to prove such a thing, we have to come to the conclusion that the true irrationality is found in the evidentialist's proposition.»
- Sugel Michelén, Pastor at La Iglesia Bíblica del Señor Jesucristo, Dominican Republic.
Translated from his original blog post titled: La Ley de la No Contradicción or The Law of Non-Contradiction