If God is supernatural, wouldn’t scientific proof of God’s existence also prove that He doesn’t exist? Consider that anything which can be proven scientifically is automatically relegated to to the realm of natural phenomenon. Is a god which is not … Continue reading
Our capacity for pain seems far greater than that for pleasure and engaging in any activity that alleviates the pain or affords us any pleasure is usually a punishable offense by law or consequence. Our bodies were clearly designed for … Continue reading
One simple definition of God can be expressed as the personification of all things that exist in their complete and unified entirety. While we may argue whether or not the personification itself is real, that which God personifies is the ultimate … Continue reading
One of the strongest scientific arguments for the existence of an intelligent creator is the anthropic principle which basically demonstrates that there is an extremely low probability that an “accidental” universe could sustain life. Atheists sometimes counter with the pseudo-scientific … Continue reading
This question has a false premise. It assumes that God was, in fact, created. For something to be created, it must have a beginning. God does not. I hesitate to use the word, “eternal”, but I will say that God … Continue reading
The supernatural can never be scientifically proven because it ceases to be “supernatural” once sufficient scientific proof is obtained. It is then considered to be a completely “natural” phenomenon.
( Adapted from a page by Atheists of Silicon Valley. ) This is adapted from an atheist website. It points out how ridiculously absurd some of the arguments for God’s existence actually are. Fellow believers, please don’t take offense — I just … Continue reading
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Anyone who persists with any of the illogically unscientific notions that: The universe is more than just a spontaneous accident; Anything is greater than the sum of its parts; There is true meaning or purpose to anything; Guilt is more … Continue reading
One of the definitions of “God” in my dictionary is “ruler of the universe”. Some may deny that the universe has a ruler but it certainly has rules. The rules of the universe cannot be broken. The rules of the … Continue reading
No miracles can ever be scientifically proven – because whenever they are they immediately cease to be miracles and become scientific fact. When you stop and think about it, all of science is really just a succession of proven miracles.