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Old 12-28-2016, 05:48 PM   #1
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Why do atheists claim that the existence of God is so unlikely

Hello, I am hoping someone can explain the atheist viewpoint to me on the validity and probability of God's existence.

Most atheists will claim that the facts show the concept of a God to be so utterly unlikely as to be considered impossible.

But, this is not what the facts show at all.

The theory of Evolution does not explain the origin of life, nor can it explain the existence of life from the first organic cell onward.

How does natural selection explain the eye, for example? How can atheists claim that complex organs like the eye could have evolved, when everything we know about the eye says that it is useless unless all the components are in place at the same time.

As for reptile-mammal transition evidence, where is it in "evidence"?

What are the actual mechanics that achieve it? Not speculation, actual. Not variation in a genus [which evolutionists cling to as being evolution]. Biological changes where a living entity can be observed to be changing into something different, breaching the barriers of its DNA.

For reptiles to become mammals, that breach must have happened. So, someone please show where reptiles are in a state of doing so today - where that transition is taking place.

The facts show that what is overwhelmingly in evidence is what the Bible itself says, that like begets like, and we all rely on that to occur in all facets of life, from growing/eating fruit and vegetables through to human/animal procreation.

It seems that the evidence supports the concept of God, rather than the atheistic claim that "God probably doesn't exist".
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Old 12-28-2016, 09:54 PM   #2
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Old 12-29-2016, 01:20 AM   #3
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Old 12-29-2016, 01:22 AM   #4
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It seems that the evidence supports the concept of God, rather than the atheistic claim that "God probably doesn't exist".
Do tell us about the glass eyes, dentures, toupees and wooden legs discarded at Lourdes.


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Old 12-29-2016, 09:54 AM   #5
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Oh fuck - another trolling dense school kid doing the rounds, trying to get its homework done on the cheap.
This bloke at The Thinking Atheist made a bit of an effort rather than just calling you a lazy fucker.
Perhaps you really should read some proper books and shove the bible for retards where it belongs.

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Old 12-29-2016, 04:19 PM   #6
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It seems that the evidence supports the concept of God, rather than the atheistic claim that "God probably doesn't exist".
There are no atheistic claims, as such, though undoubtedly there is some congruence among individuals on various opinion.

It's more that the lack of evidence, and the presented ridiculous tales, forbid serious contemplation of the subject. IMO. A barrier that could easily be surmounted were we given the consideration granted your fictional witnesses.

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Old 12-30-2016, 10:07 AM   #7
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Yadayadayada, were you really too busy to be bothered to read a little about Evolution before you attempted to refute it? Educate yourself, before you try to argue with the educated.

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Hello, I am hoping someone can explain the atheist viewpoint to me on the validity and probability of God's existence.

Most atheists will claim that the facts show the concept of a God to be so utterly unlikely as to be considered impossible.

But, this is not what the facts show at all.

The theory of Evolution does not explain the origin of life, nor can it explain the existence of life from the first organic cell onward.

How does natural selection explain the eye, for example? How can atheists claim that complex organs like the eye could have evolved, when everything we know about the eye says that it is useless unless all the components are in place at the same time.

As for reptile-mammal transition evidence, where is it in "evidence"?

What are the actual mechanics that achieve it? Not speculation, actual. Not variation in a genus [which evolutionists cling to as being evolution]. Biological changes where a living entity can be observed to be changing into something different, breaching the barriers of its DNA.

For reptiles to become mammals, that breach must have happened. So, someone please show where reptiles are in a state of doing so today - where that transition is taking place.

The facts show that what is overwhelmingly in evidence is what the Bible itself says, that like begets like, and we all rely on that to occur in all facets of life, from growing/eating fruit and vegetables through to human/animal procreation.

It seems that the evidence supports the concept of God, rather than the atheistic claim that "God probably doesn't exist".
I agree, thank you!
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I'd forgotten about this idiotic one-hit wonder.
This little bunch of heathens have saved us the trouble.

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