Friday, November 05, 2010

The Stupid! It Burns! (banana man edition)

the stupid! it burns! Atheism And It's Problems
Ray Comfort [the banana man] was right when he stated, “The irony of the Christian faith is that it seems to be intellectual suicide, but proves to be the ultimate intellectual challenge.” Let’s examine a few of these “challenges” to the atheist view. ...

[The atheist] refuses to look at the created world around him; consequently, he fails to realize that God doesn’t need to be proved or disproved -- He is self-evident. ...

[A]theism and evolution are both faiths. Where atheism states that there is no God, evolution supports it by claiming that millions of years ago there was a Big Bang that came from nowhere out of nothing and slowly formed by random processes into what we have today, thus eliminating the need for a Creator. ...

Many atheists claim, “Because I don’t believe in God, He doesn’t exist.”

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