Here are some questions for those who call themselves atheists:
– Shouldn’t Atheism be classed as a religion too considering that one cannot possibly have evidence that disproves God (Physical laws are not testable in the spiritual world) and therefore any statements have to be based on faith not facts?
– Why are atheists so aggressively trying to disprove the existence of God? What is in it for anyone? Is it the fact that we can (assuming that there is no God nor law- giver) live however we like, without any need to conform to anything and, as they say, anything goes (as long as it’s not Christianity) and you and I decide what is right and wrong; one can kill, commit rape, steal, cheat or do whatever it is that our hearts desire because there are no higher standards than us and there is nothing to condemn us.
– Why is it that people can be atheists and still refuse even superficially to consider the possibility of the existence of God and yet according to them they claim to use critical assessments in everything when applying their judgments? Does this approach and uneven handedness not show that they apply double standards when considering this topic?
And finally why is it that proponents of atheism only tend to make statements and not provide us with real arguments as to why we should disbelieve the existence of God? Using arguments like millions of innocent people have been murdered by religious people, oppression and abuse are commonly cited as excuse to distance oneself from the possibility of existence of God. Please note that these are excuses and not arguments, statements rather than logical assessments of the situation.
Complected language and philosophical viewpoints are frequently used to distract and confuse not really help the debate. Learned argument rather than self discovered acquisitions are offered as answers, parrot fashion recitals rather than balanced argument is the prevalent part of the discussion. Statements of superior and greater understanding is frequently used to win the debate but without the substantiating this with supportive evidence.
If you would like to read more about this go to ”Ten questions for Christians” page of this blog
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