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Atheistism #4: The God Diversions

When it comes to atheism, you can find a lot of arguments against the existence of God. But have you ever really thought about those arguments? Probably not, because the number of statements can be overwhelming. I’ve seen Christians bombarded with statements supposedly “proving” that God doesn’t exist, and then the Christian is left “defenseless,” because responding would require too much effort. But I’ve thought about a lot of those arguments, and I’ve found that most aren’t really arguments against God’s existence at all. Most are arguments regarding His character or attributes, but those are theological arguments that have absolutely nothing to do with His existence. They are simply diversions from the real debate, because the reality is that atheism doesn’t have a strong argument.

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Atheistism #2: Hung Up On Contemporary Evidence

We’ve all heard it before, the atheist exclamation, “We don’t believe that life rose from the dead (Resurrection) because of the lack of contemporary evidence.” But what is contemporary evidence? While contemporary could mean from the same period, the evidence wanted is from the same time, in other words, they want actual evidence from 30 to 34 AD (the approximate time period of Jesus’ public ministry). In other words, extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

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Never Argue With An Atheist

Warning! Contains “mature” language!

Introduction

I hate to generalize, but if you’ve ever read writings or dialogs involving atheists, I’m sure that you would have noticed the utter contempt for those who don’t see the world as they do, and a lack of civility and tolerance. Last week, I thought I would attempt a reasonable conversation with an Atheist, but was quickly reminded that that is not possible.

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