Some unbelievers come up with the argument along the line of:
Religion A says it is the absolute truth, so does Religion B, so does Religion C, and so forth. So the logical conclusion is that all are probably wrong.
The reasoning is obviously hogwash; is there a name for such logical fallacy?
In response to some comments. Here is an example I have come across in my notes.
According to the Oxford University Press World Christian Encyclopedia, 84% percent of the world's population belongs to some form of organized religion and believes in some form of God which at the end of this year is about 5.9 billion people. Christians have about 2 billion of those 5.9 billion, about half of those are Catholics. Muslims come in at just a tad over 1 billion. Hindus at around 850 million. Buddhists at almost 400 million, and then a several hundred million other ethno-religious, animists and other God believers around the world. Why there are about 10,000 distinct religions each one of which may be further subdivided. Christians for example, maybe a portion among about 34,000 different denominations. From a scientist perspective, such percentages cry out for an explanation. Why do so many people believe these things? But
from a skeptics perspective, which is what I do, what are the chances that these guys got the right God and the right religion and the billions of other people that don't believe what they believe got it wrong? When you leave the house tonight just ask yourself that question what are the chances that they just happen to get it right.---Michael Shermer