Life is so weird. For example, here I was, a mild mannered Christian, humbly presenting :-) my view of life, the universe and everything in a discussion with a flock of painfully thick atheists when, wonder of wonders my access to the dialogue was terminated. In fact, the whole discussion has disappeared from history. Ah me, I wipe a tear from my eye even as I relate to you this tragic tale.
Actually, this isn’t as odd as I make it seem. The high percentage of atheist blogs that require blogger approval before posting comments is really interesting. I guess the tolerance facade is just part of the hypocrisy that atheists live with day in and day out. “I tolerate everything except that which challenges my beliefs.”
Nevertheless, the discussion was doomed from the start. I think the blog’s owner wanted out of the discussion as soon as she saw how woefully inadequate her godless supporters turned out to be. Don’t get me wrong. They were as intense as killer bees. It’s just that all their stingers had been pulled out. They sounded lobotomised; neutered. I’ll give you an example. You may not believe this but one of the atheists, I’m serous now, one of the atheists is actually still flogging the Steady State model of the universe while lecturing ME on my lack of understanding of the Second Law of Thermodynamics. I know. It’s weird, but atheism, almost by definition must cope with huge amounts of irony.
I’ve had these discussions with atheists for long enough now to know that the Big Bang just renders atheists incoherent and incapable of putting together even a single line of logical thought. In another example of irony, atheists have painted themselves into a corner. On the one hand, atheists trumpet the value of science while, on the other hand, science itself is on the verge of proving the existence of Creator God beyond a reasonable doubt. I mean think about it! Science, atheist driven science at that (sorry, I snorted), has proven that:
Everything that began to exist came from absolutely Nothing - In an instant. Sweet!
Not only that but the means by which everything came into existence from absolutely nothing shows that whatever Caused this to happen had absolutely nothing to do with naturalism or materialism. The Cause was and had to be Supernatural, or outside of and transcendent to nature. But atheists, to a person, continue to a priori reject the Supernatural. Dear, dear, what’s an atheist to do?
Well, I’ll tell you what they do. They just keep saying, “I don’t know what brought the Universe into existence but it sure wasn’t God.” When asked, “Why?” the atheist says, (first ignoring the just stated prime evidence for a Supernatural Cause - what most people call God) “Because there isn’t any evidence for God. That’s why.” And when I said,
. Anything that begins to exist has a cause for its beginning,” The atheist response was, “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Everything that begins to exist has an explanation of its cause. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Space and matter had a beginning. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Matter cannot create itself. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Matter cannot precede itself. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Infinity does not exist in reality. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics validates the Singularity “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Background radiation validates the Singularity. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. The levels of entropy validates the Singularity. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. The expansion of the universe validates the Singularity. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. You can’t get everything from nothing by natural means. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Inorganic and inanimate gases / chemicals cannot evolve. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. Life only comes from life. “I don’t know what you mean.”
. The Big Bang is the simplest explanation of the origin of our universe. “I don’t know what you mean.”
Truth be known, these atheists know exactly what I mean but they DON’T know how to respond since the only honest answer is, “I know that each of these premises point to Creator God, but I’m going to pretend they don’t, just like I have everyday since I became an atheist.”
I know it’s not good nor fair to make a point by using the most extreme example, but I’m going to do it anyhow. Here is where those atheists really dug a hole for themselves. The thickest of the bunch made the statement, “You don't even understand that the Big Bang theory is just one of many theories.”
What’s controversial about that, you might ask? Listen! I’m going to back up for just a bit.
The leader of the bunch said to me, “We (meaning she and her atheist hoard) look to reason, science and EVIDENCE, which you eschew in place of feelings, faith, and mindless belief” Oh really? She must not have noticed that not a single statement above had anything to do with Christianity and only came from scientific observation and inductive reasoning. Having said that, let’s take a look at this person’s multiple theories that he thinks competes against the Big Bang. Remember, atheists look only to reason, science and EVIDENCE,
Oscillating universe - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Baby universes - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Multi verses - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
The Cyclic Ekpyrotic Scenario - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
The Chaotic Inflationary universe - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Brane-cosmology - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Inflationary multi-verse - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Bubble universes floating in a sea of false vacuum - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
The many worlds hypothesis - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
The black hole hypothesis - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Quantum gravity models - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Vacuum fluctuation models - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Imaginary time and imaginary space - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Space aliens brought life to earth - What’s the evidence for it? - There isn’t any.
Ah yes, atheists. The people who look only to reason, science and EVIDENCE, now forced to invent atheist origin of the universe mythologies. One last example.
The blog’s leader states that she lives by Hume’s Principle of Empirical Verifiability? You know, the one that says, There are ONLY two kinds of meaningful propositions:
1) Those that are true by definition, and
2) Those that are empirically verifiable
Yes, well, Hume’s Principle itself is not true by definition and neither is it empirically verifiable. Poor Hume. Poor atheists.
It was at this point that the post disappeared.
Oh and when America’s haemorrhoid Michael Newdow sues NASA for using government funds to launch space probes that bring back evidential support for the existence of Creator God? Don’t say I didn't warn you.