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How to Defeat an atheist

Updated on October 26, 2010

Hold them to their namesake

 

Ask questions make them walk out their irrational beliefs to the end; do not let them grab Christian morals or ideas in order to stay afloat.

Atheism is defined in two ways

Disbelief in or denial of the existence of God or gods.

The doctrine that there is no God or gods.

Godlessness; immorality.

When we debate an atheist the first and most prevalent point usually made is made Christianity is illogical. But wait

An atheist only has three places in which to base their standards and none of them can account for logic and thought let us look at them:

Nature- nature is defined for humans by the fives senses: touch, smell, sight, hear, taste. Thinking is not a sense found is nature thus you cannot use it for any basis for thought or logic.

Society- Basically majority rule, but to use this for thought, logic or common sense majority cannot account for this world today. . Whenever it is tried, you get mass chaos is the next step "you don’t agree with society, you die." We would be just robots the void of individual thought. And who says which society idea is right; there is no standard to base in a majority rule. Another point to bring it home is, why does every sane person have a conscience, even when it is not dictated by society?

Individualism- The most impossible, one individualism can never be wrong thus, they can never be right everything is subjective. Atheist hate this, because by there very definition the claim an absolute NO GOD which means nothing when coming from an atheist. In our world today, can a atheist explain how personality could have ever evolved from the impersonal, or how order could have ever resulted from chaos?

Morality- We cannot say atheists are immortal, but they have no basis for morality.

A true atheist can never say something is bad or wrong, to say so this implies they must know what is good or right. That is where they use Christian values to define their beliefs in the lack of values and the bible or God. To put it simple bad can only exist when there is first good i.e. rust can exist on a car, moth-ridden clothes need clothes. Evil can only exist where there is good, Christians can tell what is bad because we know what is good. Atheists do not have they luxury because their words are always subjective and an absolute can never be reached.

Keeping the above in mind asks an atheist these questions:

What is logic?

What is truth?

Whose truth is right?

Are truth and logic material?

Can you see it?

To claim logic you must determine what determines logic or who?

Where does logic come from?

Who or what decides logic and who is to say whose logic is right?  

Where did you get your views from can you mapping it by purely material means?

How do draw the conclusion of whose logic is true logic?

And when you get there how can you be sure it is true or even valid?

What will you use to determine the validity of your own logic?

And finally How can an atheist truly know what is wrong or bad?

When you get through these you will have a new agnostic and then you can present to gospel it will make more sense when they realize their whole view is senseless and illogical.

Do not get me wrong I believe there are true atheists out there, but we will never meet them they are the truly insane or the walking robot dead. A true atheist would never debate a Christian, how could they? Everything is subjective and he has no basis to fault Christianity. He can disagree, but it is truly meaningless.

To you ex atheist or new agnostic be honest. Is there any evidence that would satisfy you and persuade you to become a believer, or are you just going to believe what you WANT to believe? If so why waste your time on a computer?

whygodreallyexists.com

http://education.yahoo.com/reference/dictionary/entry/atheism

 

 THERE WILL BE NO COMMENTS TAKEN. INSTEAD OF GIVING ATHEIST A PLACE TO RANT, I WANT THEM TO TAKE TIME TO STOP AND THINK. I MEAN REALLY THINK. AND MAYBE THEY WILL START TO REALIZE THAT THE ABILITY TO THINK COMES FROM GOD.

 

It's not too late

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