Why everyone is religious…or rather, nobody.

Posted on February 12, 2016 By

In the course of day-to-day conversation, virtually everyone has heard someone make the statement, “I am not religious,” in order to convey a lack of affiliation with theistic belief systems such as Christianity. But one can only doubt Christianity from the vantage point of another belief system, because everyone needs a belief system in order to make sense of one’s experience.


No God means no justice

Posted on January 28, 2016 By

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men evolved equal, that they are endowed by some other people with certain inalienable Rights…”

Imagine if Thomas Jefferson had chosen to put these words in the Declaration of Independence instead of his actual words, which reference our Creator as the source of equality and inalienable rights. There are some very big problems with grounding equality and human rights in anything other than in a transcendent source (read: God).


Goals in nature point to God

Posted on January 20, 2016 By

The production of living things relies on goal directed (or “teleological”) processes, and goal directed processes can only be accomplished by a mind. Atheists must sweep goal directed behavior under the rug in order to do away with God.


Atheism’s problem of evil.

Posted on January 11, 2016 By

The existence of evil is frequently presented as a problem for theism, but in reality, it is a problem for atheism…a devastating problem. Evil can only exist as a deviation from good, much as crookedness can only exist as a deviation from straightness. But what is the source of goodness, and who or what determines just what good is?


Take atheism for a test drive!

Posted on January 6, 2016 By

The misperception that atheism is based upon logic, and that Christianity is based upon blind faith, is the result of a deceptive definition of faith. Specifically, atheists frequently portray Christian faith as blind faith, as opposed to well reasoned faith. Atheists try to shield their faith from logical scrutiny by portraying Christianity as blind faith, but atheism as non-faith. But this is just a smokescreen. As 1 Thessalonians 5:21 (in the Christian Bible) puts it, “Test all things; hold fast to that which is good.”


Why do we even exist? What’s the point?!

Posted on December 27, 2015 By

In order to be coherent, a worldview must reasonably explain the various aspects of reality which we experience. Aspects of reality which a given worldview fails account for must be considered as evidence against that worldview. Atheism is grounded in the materialist worldview, which says that all of reality can be explained in terms of inanimate matter. But a key problem for atheism is that inanimate matter doesn’t have meaning or purpose.


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