Saturday, April 4, 2009

ATHEISM

The belief that there was nothing and nothing happened to nothing and then nothing magically exploded for no reason, creating everything and then a bunch of everything magically rearranged itself for no reason what so ever into self-replicating bits which then turned in dinosaurs ……..


Makes perfect sense.





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6 comments:

antimattr said...

That post only points out your utter ignorance of both atheism and science.

Kate said...

@antimattr
Wow. Your statement points out YOUR utter idiocy

Cristina M. said...

Kate, isn't it funny how many that claim to use science have no proof to show how everything appeared, but are so fast at calling names when somebody doesn't agree with them?

Elijah said...

Honestly tho, does this post not highlight his/her ignorance? I mean using words like,"Magically", and "for no reason" just underlines how little he/she understands about these issues.
No Magic in this science, my friend, and plenty of reason. Your "god of the gaps" holds very little water in this informed age.

Cristina M. said...

Call it God or Intelligent Design, but that is the only "theory" that makes sense.

Nobody knows 100% either, or, but I don't see any gaps filled with proofs of evolution.

Susannah said...

antimattr & Elijah ~ Even the most sophisticated of scientists can only piece together the puzzle of the universe on speculation, however educated it may be. Let's face it: we're ALL ignorant.

Science tries to grasp control over that which cannot be controlled. Nothing wrong w/ that, until we decide we're superior to the mystery. That places us in the center of the universe - which is about as 'ignorant' as 'ignorance' gets. Sorry...

I choose to believe that God Almighty created everything: Big Bangs, dinosaurs, volcanoes, & all the mathematics, nanophysics & organic chemistry that goes along w/ it. How He did it, is frankly His business & I don't really care to argue about it.

Should we choose to try & figure out the "how", we have been blessed with minds & clues (science, math, etc.) to puzzle it out. Guess some of us need something to do while we're blessed to live on this earth. Let's not forget from Whence the blessing comes.

That's my $0.02 & I'm stickin' to it. (Great post, Cristina. Keep it up!)