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Monday, June 27, 2005
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So if there is a God, who created Him? It seems that many Creationists (or those who believe that the universe was created instead of being evolved) hold to the belief that God has always existed, something the Bible affirms in Genesis. Yet, for the atheist, simply saying that "God has always existed" is not enough as the atheist can declare that so has the universe. Origins can never be ultimately proven (as there is no possible way to travel back in time) but they can be verified.
The best way to convince an atheist is to simply talk their language, the primary one being science. If God exists, then there should be some evidence displaying His "finger prints" all over creation. If God does not exists, then at "worst" anomalies should pop up, but nothing that science will not eventually explain.
Unless of coarse science argues against atheistic evolution, in which case would prove to be fatal ground since science is the foundation of evolution (or so they claim). Two scientific laws that conflict with evolution are the first and second of thermodynamics, of which the first loosely states that "energy can not be created or destroyed." This would present a problem because the Universe can not create itself and even if life emerged from the big bang, all that energy would have to originally have come from somewhere thus the need of "something greater" to create it.
Although one could argue that the universe has always existed, the second law seems to drive the "nail in the coffin" of that belief since it loosely states that "everything goes from order to chaos" or basically decays. One only has to look outside to see this happening around them (or even at the stars which have a finite energy supply).
But of coarse, if one is still obstinate about their atheistic faith in evolution, (and in need of some quick cash) their is a $250,000 reward for anybody who can bring scientific evidence proving evolution is legit (although it may be recommend that someone read this before taking on the $250,000 challenge). After all, it was science that convinced this blogger that "the Divine" had to exist in the first place...any takers?
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