Atheists seem obsessed with ‘science’ and it is their favourite loosely used word. They also love the term ‘peer reviewed’ – as if it somehow ‘proves’ something!
Let’s take a bunch of patients at Valkenberg Mental Hospital and have them ‘peer review’ the health act. If we have a critical mass of votes, surely they are right if they decide to set themselves free?
No, that would be a silly assumption, but I am not being silly myself. I am just questioning why it is okay for a bunch of scientists to operate on the peer-reviewed basis, but not a bunch of Christians, or ‘religiots’ (their favourite insult).
Atheists seem to really, really (and I mean REALLY) get annoyed when you point out to them that they are proposing that something came out of nothing when the big bang occurred. They do not like it when you ask them how the second law of dynamics was broken during that event. They have no answer. Suddenly, its No, no, nooooo there was ‘something’ before the BB. Oh really? So what was before that?
Let’s face it, science/atheism is man-made. Even the men who made it cannot agree on what their peers or gurus are actually saying. I say that what scientists assert without proof should be dismissed without proof!
Truly, the atheists who is ‘certain’, and who claims a scientific warrant for his certainty, belongs now to the infancy of our species because human decency is not derived from science. Decency precedes atheism and was born of relgion.
I just wish that atheists would take the risk of thinking for themselves and so experience the true happiness, truth, beauty, and wisdom comes when you realise that God is the source of that independent thought.
Atheists seem addicted to nihilism. That is their choice, no problem, but please, keep your nihilism to yourself, keep it at home. Don’t come to my home with your nihilism and try play with it in front of me.
Your nihilism is actually a figment of your imagination. Time to let it go. It is like a worshiping a Flying Spaghetti Monster, if we were to give it a name.
Grow up atheists, a better world awaits.