Sunday, February 11, 2007

Well, this is certainly interesting ...

... Why atheism cannot be correct . (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)


  1. Atheism's main problem is that it is impossible to be a consistent atheist.

    Let me give you one example:

    If you don't believe we were designed, you cannot assume your own rationality. You believe what you believe because the atoms are bouncing around your head in a certain way. You can't be sure you believe anything because it is true.

    There are more examples, but that will suffice for now.

  2. Very good point, Geoff, and very succinctly put.