Conversations with Atheists 2

Paraphrased for brevity and clarity: —– Her: You don’t need god (sic) to explain creation. Multiple universes explains exactly how our universe came to be. Me: Even if it were a valid hypothesis, which it isn’t, MUT only pushes First Cause back one step. It doesn’t eliminate the logical necessity. Her: It’s more valid that […]

Conversations With Atheists

Atheist: Do you even understand what logic is? Me: Yes, I have a thorough understanding of logic: etymologically, historically, and practically. You? —– Atheist (statement A): God is a failed hypothesis. Atheist (statement B): Just because I can’t disprove God, is no reason to believe he exists. Me: Pick one. God is an hypothesis, OR […]

Why God is Not Proved. And Why That’s Right.

Physicist Pierre-Simon Laplace is best known, among post-modern atheists, for a quote from a conversation with Napoleon Bonaparte. When Napoleon asked how he had composed an entire book on physical operations without a single reference to God, Laplace replied, “I had no need of that hypothesis.” Except, of course, that that is not at all […]

The Director of Greenpeace Asks a Legitimate Question

“Why can’t we tell the truth about climate change?” Of course, the intent of John Sauven’s question is that there is a vast, shadowy network of government and corporate entities conspiring to prevent honest scientists from revealing a necessary truth about scientific consensus to the unwashed masses. I’ll examine on how many levels that is […]