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The “Accidental” Atheist

Evolution is a Philosophy. This Philosophy looks to explain that the universe physically and biologically is a self-directed product of an unknown chaotic origin. This universe in the perspective of an evolutionary atheist had no beginning. The mention of God as a creator will send a lot of atheists into an emotional tirade that involves a lot of loud shaky verbiage. This universe in the mind of an atheist evolutionist is a reality that is ruled by unchangeable physical laws simply by mere happenstance, a contradiction in terms.

This universe also has no reason or purpose for life or existence, and is basically a string of dominoes clanging together and falling over in a series of accidental coincidences. Man is the lawgiver in this universe and is in charge of deciding what is morally correct, and this correctness must come from societal constructs or the opinion of the moralist. This morality has seemingly no accountability except to the society that constructed the said morals. The laws and ethics of the society are determined by whatever will create the greater good. Whatever society decides is moral at the time, is the moral “standard”. What if the moral standard was that atheists were to be sterilized? They would have to go along with that standard then.

If atheism is to remain consistent and stay in its own form as being the most rational and logical of all approaches to what is perceived as reality, then it defeats itself and is incapable of a logical defense! Let’s look at it this way; if everything and that includes ALL matter, was mixed together by mere chance and coincidence, without higher intelligence or transcendental powers, the brain itself would then be just an accident! How could you take that brain seriously? So the Philosophy of Evolution is just a construct of coincidence and mere chance! There would be NO validity to any argument or position that an atheist could table then. The atheist in a sense then cancels him/herself out!

By the atheists own confession the atoms form in the atheist’s brain by simple chance, they cannot honestly declare that their view is any more genuine than the opposite view of their opponent on the philosophy/theory of evolution. Christians will state that there is moral absolutes and truth as they will go with the Bible, Gods Word. The atheist cannot disprove a God without resorting to logic depending on the existence of God.

The atheist evolutionist will state that the universe was created by a “Big Bang”. They say in essence that “Nothing” created “Something”, and say that the believers in God believe fairy tales! How ridiculous! How did this “Bang” happen? Evolution also states that the “Higher” living organisms on earth (they can’t say creatures as that would imply a creator) evolved from “Lower” forms of organisms, without a stitch of evidence to conclude that notion. Still no missing link found.

I asked an atheist that was purely a materialist this; “How many senses do you think you have?” He said “five”. “Do you really think that?” He said “Yes”. So I asked him “what would you call thinking then?” He said he would THINK about that one…oh man!

Genesis 1: 26-27 26 Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.”
27 So God created mankind in his own image,
in the image of God he created them;
male and female he created them.

God Bless

Brian Mason

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14 responses to “The “Accidental” Atheist

  1. “A neat pattern would evolve among two physical bodies as long as they have a constant behaviour and relationship” I have to ask you, “Where do these two physical bodies originate”? But still the fossil record has not shown us a fossil with evidence of transition to a new life form. All attempts to show them have been false or outright fraud.

  2. Science doesn’t make a postulation that this present Universe arose from nothing, rather causality is an inherent principle of the Universe. In order words, no causa ex nihilio.

    A neat pattern would evolve among two physical bodies as long as they have a constant behaviour and relationship. For example, water changes form according to its temperature

    A designer himself prima facie subjects himself to a preexistent Universe

    Fossil records are accepted to be incomplete, but nevertheless show a pattern for emergence and extinction of species, and the similar characteristics of these species therefore following the tree of life.

    Also Fossil records show great sensitivity and one of the best means to falsify evolution, so far none.

  3. beaconapologetics ⋅

    Science still cannot explain how the origin of the Universe all started from nothing. Is there a neat pattern there? And also ” a neat pattern and working behaviour exhibited by physical bodies and predominance of physical laws” would point to a designer.

  4. They can, but what do you mean by “drastic” change? Could you give me an example of Macroevolution? I do know the definition however the fossil record is an embarrassment to evolutionists, as no verifiable transitions from one kind to another have as yet been found.

  5. We are not to cast our pearls before swine.

  6. Another unfortunate misunderstanding with Naturalism. There is no postulation of primordial chaos or a chaotic origin, rather a neat pattern and working behaviour exhibited by physical bodies and predominance of physical laws, thus predictability.

  7. Small note.

    The beginning of this “scientific” (atheist evolution) article states: “…This Philosophy looks to explain that the universe physically and biologically is a self-directed product of an unknown chaotic origin…”

    For those who do not believe in God, and “think” they dont believe in spiritual things… but believe the statement above….

    …. I would like you to know that oddly, this quote (above) is also a “spiritual” saying that is deeply rooted in Luciferianism. “Order out of Chaos” is a doctrine of Lucifer, and some people blindly agree with things/ideals that they do not fully understand, or know of the origin. Be careful of what you listen to and what you believe, especially if it is opposed to the Word of God.
    Food for thought. Tis All.

  8. This unfortunately shows that most of the religious faithfuls hold positions which are deemed unquestionable and inviolable, such a close mind is not the best platform for a discussion.

    Macroevolution is drastic changes whereby species branch off an originating species. Taking the cue from microorganisms and the behaviour of genes in reproduction show that small changes over generations can account for drastic differences.

  9. To argue with someone who does not believe in the Word of God is a stalemate. To argue with someone who does not believe in God in general, is pointless.

    God is Life. God is Eternal. LIFE IN GOD IS ETERNAL.

  10. ” since life isn’t eternal, it logically requires a non life source, not Life!” ???? How do you know that?

    Lenski demonstrated good evidence for micro evolution. I have no problem with Micro evolution. It is something no educated creationist argues against. I would like to see some real proof for macro evolution.

    From your first comment: “Most Creationists agree that mutations does lead to the emergence of species;” huh? Where are the figures for that?

  11. “One will fashion out a meaning and everchanging purpose and define its meaning to life.”

    My quote.

    On the question on the Origin of Life, since life isn’t eternal, it logically requires a non life source, not Life! Except one is able to place an effect before cause.

    Lenski’s experiment do prove that mutations give rise to changes and do give new features which qualify as new species. The finch example proves genetic contents do come to surface upon environmental pressure. Virus and micro organisms constantly produce new strains, example plasmodium.

    Mixing theology with science is bad science. The foundation of religious beliefs can’t be falsified or scientifical defined. Its a question whether faith and science reach the same conclusions.

  12. So life has NO meaning? Why not jump off a bridge then, sounds dismal to me. “Life came from non-life”?
    The finch? Please explain that? I still have seen no proof that new species have evolved. Show me an example. The finch reference is micro-evolutionary beak changes, a great example of “Micro-Evolution” I know that exists.

  13. I do think Good has an inherent value and stands independently from God or man’s whims. Its an objectively discernible necessary factor in the continuance of humanity. Its the binding blocks of social life just as laws are. Its false and dangerous to conclude that God or any man can decide whatever he wishes is good. For example the Islamic suicide bombers.

    Most Creationists agree that mutations does lead to the emergence of species; the finch example, but don’t agree with scientific hypotheses on the beginning of life. At least we agree Life started somwhere and since God is liFe, intelligent, omnipotent and co, it a priori doesn’t definitely start from him. So life from non-life is the only answer.

    Is there a purpose to life: NO. There is no obvious ascertainable one by just looking around. However, most religions reduce human purpose solely to worship and as dispensable unimportant tools, upon dissatisfaction. There is still no individual and unique purpose. A sentient being will reject such, will rebel because there is still no purpose for itself to exist. One will fashion out a meaning and everchanging purpose and define its meaning to life.

    The point of singularity is still something, so the Universe didn’t pop out of nothing. As with the natural rule: simplicity leads to complexity.

    Faiths like Christianity don’t intend to make metaphysical statements, they lack the capability to distinguish between Truth and Falsity.

  14. thank you for standing up for the faith =)

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