Wellspring of Humanity
Atheism is preposterous

They call us “anti-science” for believing in God, but their belief system runs contrary to the fundamental law of causality.  Proof positive of God is all around us; the complexity of our planet is beyond all human understanding. The earth, the elements, the human body…all DESIGNED to work in perfect harmony with each other. We live in an orderly, unchanging universe, and our biological coding instructs our body to operate in certain ways. Instruction cannot, by definition, exist without construction. Our God came and proved His divinity by performing great miracles. He healed the sick, multiplied loaves, walked on water and even brought people back from the dead. His message of salvation through faith is transcendently life-altering, and His presence dwells within us all. Atheism is not a conclusion rooted in reason. It is, in fact, the very negation of reason. It is blind faith in nothing. 

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    lulz
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    This ^ I’d also like to point out that many Christians use arguments similar to ” The earth, the elements, the human...
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    In either event, I’d prefer ‘blind faith in nothing’ to blind faith in a god that isn’t as loving and accepting as he is...
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    Sigh. The National Academy of Science charted belief in God as low as 5.5 percent among biologists and 7.5 percent among...
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    Sigh. The National Academy of Science charted belief in God as low as 5.5 percent among biologists and 7.5 percent among...
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    Reading through this was somewhat a struggle. First of all “the complexity of our planet is beyond all human...
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