Atheism is irrational

The insanitybytes blog at: https://insanitybytes2.wordpress.com/2015/01/13/on-being-crazy/ inspired this response…

Many an anti-creationist posting on Christian blogs is just a troll.
He’s just ranting and accusing others of ranting.
He’s condescending and sneers that you’re condescending. He ridicules, and just makes a caricature of himself.
His whole rant is ad hominem, and he thinks it makes him smart to accuse somebody else of ad hominem.
He uses an Egyptian-sounding moniker, thinking this makes him some kind of spiritually superior, but it only labels himself as a snob.

His ravings turn his accusations of lunacy upon himself and corroborate this blog.
The most loudmouth anti-creationist scientists go into panic mode when they contemplate debating a real live Creationist scientist. Even with an audience full of people who have been indoctrinated in the materialist (null) explanation of Origins through twelve and even sixteen years, while subjected to the same indoctrination in “news” reports, movies, anti-Christian lawsuits, they still go into panic mode and warn their colleagues against trying it. I saw the memo in the book “Science and Creationism”, in which the editor and compiler of these anti-creationist essays admits having been resoundingly humiliated in such a debate. In order to bolster his darwinian fantasies, he asked a bunch of people for their essays.

In those essays, a biochemist in the book fantasized how a few linkups among a few amino acid molecules “proved” abiogenesis. Harvard recently got a million-dollar grant to study how abiogenesis could have happened.

Meantime, anti-creationists run with panic from the issue, saying it’s not part of evolution. Read on ahead when you can stop laughing.

Asimov made his points against a creationist argument that creationists would never use with an unbeliever, and avoided the science.

Stephen Jay Gould came right out and said explicitly that science has to believe some things that are not provable using the scientific method.

One guy from UC Berkeley couldn’t refrain from proudly using the label “pagan”. A haughty spirit goeth before a fall.

Just shows: The mouth of a fool poureth out foolishness.

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10 Responses to “Atheism is irrational”

  1. Wally Fry Says:

    “He uses an Egyptian-sounding moniker, thinking this makes him some kind of spiritually superior, but it only labels himself as a snob.”

    He’s a winner huh? Been chasing me around my blog for weeks…seems to have fallen off for now though. Saw you over on IBs blog, thought I’d come say hello.

  2. Linuxgal Says:

    Somebody’s got the procedure wrong. Proof is for number theory. Science consists of making observations, proposing a theory or a modification to a theory to explain the data, then making more observations suggested by the theory to see if the idea pans out. Lather, rinse, repeat. Abiogenesis might never ever fall under the aegis of scientific inquiry since the data is probably contaminated by the existing biosphere…pre-living matter would be considered food by many bugs.

    • Eliza Says:

      However, there are observations that are always true at all times and then what we have are laws and not theories. Theories explain what is observed and must be modified as more information becomes available. Given all the information about the complexity, order, purpose and symbiosis of the life upon this great planet that God created to be inhabited, evolution should be ridiculed as an empty and harmful theory. Even those who see the flaws in the theory and know that much of what Darwin believed and taught is utter nonsense will still cling to this foolish theory because they refuse to believe there is a God to Whom they are accountable and will grasp at this ridiculous theory to keep their little self-deception going.

    • trutherator Says:

      Easy cop-out, like Stephen Gould’s. Can’t find the evidence because it’s gone, Can’t expect to find evidence for what we believe anyway so it’s unfair to ask. He offers for evidence of “punctuated equilibrium” that they cannot find any evidence of that “punctuation” even though the “punctuation” changes are in a giant 150-point font compared to the normal 11-point we observe in variation.

  3. Twisted Inspiration Says:

    Wow, it looks like my hypocrisy detector just exploded.

  4. Arkenaten Says:

    Smarter than you … that’s a given!

  5. trutherator Says:

    @Twisted: Probably because it’s in the center of hypocrisy gravity. Like I said, best argument for Creation deniers is ridicule. Thank you for your evidence of same.

  6. trutherator Says:

    @ “Ark” For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.–1 Corinthians 3:19

    Prov 15:14 The heart of him that hath understanding seeketh knowledge: but the mouth of fools feedeth on foolishness.

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