Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Brainster on Faith vs Logic

For someone who doesn't "usually blog on religion or religious topics," our buddy Pat at Brainster's Blog does a pretty good job of it as he goes against the best arguments of the Atheist Manefesto:
...[I]f you look hard at the arguments against God, they mostly amount to arguments against particular religions. Hindus won't eat beef, while Jews won't eat pork; hence religion must be bunkum. But of course proving contradictions between individual religions doesn't disprove God. We could easily argue that they both have it wrong, as a Christian could do when ordering a bacon cheeseburger, or that one has it right and the other wrong, or even that God makes different rules for different people.

Arguments in favor of God, however, are not so easily dismissed. There is the first cause argument. Suppose we accept evolution and thus trace our ancestry back to single-celled amoebas swimming in the primordial soup, and that the Earth along with the rest of the universe, was created as a result of the Big Bang. Who or what caused the Big Bang? What existed before that? What caused that to exist? Keep tracking it back and eventually the atheist will say, "Nothing!" or "We can't fathom it."
Mmmm... bacon cheeseburger... Gotta run!


Blogger Shebird said...

I better not smell any bacon OR cheeseburger on your breath when you get home today!

Your loving, nagging wife,

12/14/2005 11:20 AM  

Blogger Songbird said...

Yes, ma'am. ;->

12/15/2005 9:10 AM  

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