Wednesday, September 23, 2009

In Order To Be An Atheist

Richard Dawkins wrote in his 2004 book "The Ancestor's Tale":
"The fact that life evolved out of nearly nothing, some 10 billion years after the universe evolved literally out of nothing-is a fact so staggering that I would be mad to attempt words to do it justice."

Isn’t that amazing? Richard Dawkins is not only willing to lie to himself, but he is FORCED to lie to himself in order to maintain his faith in atheism. And it truly is faith in atheism because to believe that life, LIFE came from inanimate organic and inorganic molecules, which themselves had to have EVOLVED (he’s saying that gases evolved) is to believe something in the complete absence of evidence as it’s defined by the scientific method of inquiry.

Remember, this is the same Richard Dawkins who said, "I am sceptical of ANY strongly held belief in the absence of evidence."

This is the same Richard Dawkins who, in the complete absence of evidence tells us that even as I type this, there is life on a billion other planets in our universe.

I do congratulate Dawkins on accepting that everything came from literally NOTHING. Nevertheless, to say that the universe EVOLVED out of nothing is not only an incoherent and illogical statement but another example of atheist blind faith since once again there is absolutely no evidence to support let alone suggest that happened. In fact there is a mass of evidence saying that the universe did not and could not come from anything because there wasn’t any Thing, nor any Place for "nothing" to evolve.

This is just another example of the fact that in order to be an atheist, you have to lie to yourself.

1 comment:

Rabhimself said...

Makarios, there is no way that Dawkins thinks that gases evolved. You are just trying to make them man sound stupid. He would most certainly tell you that the evolution of life began in the water.

Did you know that modern-day scientists have began to develop self replicating organic molecules?

We don't lie to ourselves Makarios, it is you who does that. Noah's Ark? Ridiculous.

As for lack of evidence for evolution, fair enough, we don't know exactly how it begun, but we know that somewhere it did. Extrapolation of the evidence we already have indicates that life originates from a simple self-replicating organic molecule.

As a chemist, i don;t find this 'creation' hard to envisage. You have the correct components in the sea, and somehow they gain enough energy to form a chain of molecules (enough sunlight, lightining strike, volcanic activity etc) that can replicate by absorbing other molecules from the surroundings. Natural selection begins and so does evolution.

It's all so elegant, and alot more plausible than the alternative which goes like this - ALAKAZAM!.