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How can religious claims be meaningful if they are not empirically falsifiable?

If the claim here is that a statement (and, presumably, also a question) can have meaning if and only if it is subject to empirical falsification, the criterion for meaning is meaningless as well, since it is not itself subject to empirical falsification. Thus, if it is correct, then the question is meaningless. But if the question is not meaningless, then the falsifiability criterion of meaning is false.