As we all know, Atheism is accurately defined as the denial of the assumptions of theism. The theist believes that there is a God operating and running the universe; he declares that the idea of such a God is necessary to an understanding of life; he offers various arguments or, as he calls them, evidences for his God Idea.
Today, it seems like Atheists are commonly participating in debates with the likes of Religious folk, whether it be in real life debates or cyber debates. They often rely on science as a tool to back-up their claims, and to reinforce their opinions towards specific topics. However, there are many flaws and misconceptions that Atheists fail to consider, as well as science.
Atheists always declare that in order to prove that their is a God, then there must be some sort of tangible evidence, which can lead to or prove the existence of God. They believe in what can be ‘seen’ by the naked eye, and that anything that cannot be physically seen has a possibility of being non-existence. My question to Atheists is, we know that love and many other different emotions exist because that is instilled in our hearts and our spirit since the day we were born, so do we have to physically see it to know that it exists? Note: I’m talking about the emotion itself, not the expression, so don’t try it. lol
Since Atheism relies heavily on the theoretical assumptions associated with Science, they believe in evolution and the famous well known “Big Bang Theory”. I will point out two noticeable flaws within these theories.
Starting with the Theory of Evolution, according to Charles Darwin in it’s simplest definition; it is claimed that humans evolved from apes and share the same genus with the primates of the Hominidae family. And that overtime, we gradually evolved to become humans or homo-sapiens
Now first of all, when it comes to evolution, that would mean that if something evolved from something else, then it’s earlier stages should have already died off. Not to mention, DNA can change. And those changes are called mutations. Evolution doesn’t work as fast because if the DNA of a human changed too drastically, they would not be able to reproduce with other humans. So with that being said, if we evolved from Apes, then apes should no longer be in existence. Now I’m not all about attacking strawmen, but I have really tried to understand the Theory of Evolution, and to me it seems flawed. Atheists should try to understand the ORIGIN of evolution, rather than jumping the timeline.
Another flaw that I wanted to point out is in reference to the Big Bang Theory. Not the show, because the show is kickass. But the theory that is used as a counter argument for the existence of God. Scientists and atheists alike, believe that the universe came from a ‘god particle’ or the belief that nothing exploded into everything. First of all, I have yet to see a human or animal come out of a firecracker. Scientists and atheists believe that faith means nothing, and that faith doesn’t have anywhere close to the amount of credibility evidence has. They also try to debunk religious believers with the nonsensical questions like, “where were you when God created the heavens and the earth? Where you there to witness it? Unless you took pictures or have cold hard proof of that happening, I don’t want to hear another word come out of your mouth.” Seems like Atheists and Scientists should also try to understand the ORIGIN of the Big Bang Theory as well. If you are so focused on going back to the beginning which you truly believe is the beginning, then try going beyond what you believe is the beginning. See how unlimited the possibilities are?
But my questions to atheist and scientists are these, “Where were YOU when the Big Bang happened? Were you around to witness it? AND DOESN’T IT TAKE A LEVEL OF FAITH TO *BELIEVE* THAT IT OCCURRED????” Scientists use faith in all their theories and their assumptions, because even though it has not been proven or disproved, they still believe it to be true. When they’re about to prove or debunk something as a myth with a hypothesis and a test, they have FAITH that such outcomes will be in there favor. They are continuously contradicting their position. I don’t know about you, but that sounds hypocritical to me. Believe it or not, Atheism and Science have alot in common with generic religion. Some have gone so far as to say that they are actually religions.
Atheists always come across as such intellectual people, which don’t get me wrong, there are definitely some highly intelligent Atheists out there, but one thing I don’t like is how atheists tend to attack unlearned Christians/believers. If you don’t believe in God atheists, then why spend so much time on people who believe? If you do not believe, then that doesn’t make you an expert to contend with believers. Try not to play on the ignorance of Christians and other believers who have not learned about their religion on a scholarly level. And also, if you don’t believe in the bible and all the many contradictions you claim that it holds, doesn’t that make you unqualified to say what is right and wrong within it?
I could go on for days about the many flaws because it is never ending, but I think it’s wrong and a waste of time to attack those who believe.
And I will conclude this post with one of my favorite quotes,
“An atheist is a man who believes himself an accident.”
~ Francis Thompson