I thought evolutionists already proved that God doesn’t exist? At least that’s what they’ve been telling everybody. How many times have we read that Richard Dawkins’ book The God Delusion finally put belief in God in the grave?
Let’s not forget Christopher Hitchens, Daniel C. Dennett, and Sam Harris. Their books are viewed by many as an atheist version of the New Testament’s four gospels. That’s because books on atheism are religious not scientific. They are more philosophy than biology.
So with all their bluster about there is no God, they have not come up with a compelling narrative. Why should evolved brains trust what these four evolved brains say about anything? How does anybody know if an evolved brain is thinking properly? Actually, when it comes to evolution, we know that the brains of evolutionists aren’t thinking properly since the first premise of science is something can’t come from nothing, and the second premise is not far behind that life cannot come from non-life, and yet these are the two items they’ve built their atheism on.
So they keep trying to find a god-killing paradigm. Here’s the latest science (fiction) behind the no-god hypothesis:
“A new theory could answer the question of how life began – and throw out the need for God.
“A writer on the website of Richard Dawkins’ foundation says that the theory has put God ‘on the ropes’ and has ‘terrified’ Christians.
“It proposes that life did not emerge by accident or luck from a primordial soup and a bolt of lightning. Instead, life itself came about by necessity – it follows from the laws of nature and is as inevitable as rocks rolling downhill.”
The inevitable first question is obvious: How did the rocks get here? The second question is, is there any science behind it? The third question is, have there been any experiments showing that nothing became something? The fourth question is, where did the organized information come from to program the stuff that once was nothing and now is something?
It seems to me that it’s the atheistic evolutionists that are on the ropes since they keep changing the rule book because their theories keep getting pummeled.
That’s why they have to come up with new killer atheist apps that ring up “No sale.”
The MIT researcher who’s come up with the new theory begins with the existence of atoms and energy.
‘You start with a random clump of atoms, and if you shine light on it for long enough, it should not be so surprising that you get a plant,’ Jeremy England said.
Hold on there, Jeremy. Where did those atoms come from? And the math? This is one of the most ridiculous evolutionary theories I’ve come across. Look around you. Look at the complexity of every living thing, down to the mitochondrial DNA level. Even at this level there is a tremendous amount of complexity whose origin can’t be explained by a mathematical formula.
This theory is like saying that once a piece of silicon is manufactured (a complicated process), all Dell and HP have to do is run some electricity through it for maybe two billion years and a super program that replicates biological life in human beings will be the result.
It’s not that much different from the infinite monkey theorem but without the monkeys and the typewriter. “The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare.”
“Paul Rosenberg, writing this week on Richard Dawkins’ site, said that the theory could make things ‘a whole lot worse for creationists.’”
We’re told that the mathematical theory is going to be put to the test. It should be interesting to see them start with nothing, get something, and then have that something evolve into something like you and me with no outside interference, and that includes the light needed to get the evolutionary ball rolling.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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