Just ask questions that go above any christians heads. like why would god create quantum non locality? (I like to mess with their heads and through in feminine pronouns while describing "the creator") So why would she allow a patriarchal society for thousands of years? why do we have such a limited ability of sight? Sound? Why would god create a speed limit in the universe. Why would the universe be older than the bible says? you know stuff that angers them and frazzles there puny little unevolved lower ape brains. Maybe mention how they have puny unevolved lower ape brains
What do you think was god's motivation in creating a universe in which we, supposedly made in his image, cannot survive apart from on this planet (so far) which is 2/3rds water in which we cannot survive. Why would he have created so many animals of which he knew, being omnipotent, 99% would not survive? Why did he allow an asteroid to hit earth? What are all thedroughts, famine, floods, natural disaster, killer viruses, disease etc all about? Most people think God loves people - for you to suggest that he made the universe the way he did on purpose suggests he is, at best, indifferent to humanity, at worst malicious? What religion is that exactly?
Surely you know the stock, catch-all non-answer to that Helen, "The Lord works in mysterious ways, his wonders to perform --"
*head explodes in frustration*
You are, of course, correct.
Hello archaeopteryx. Yes your good point here belies an observation of how Abrahamic apologetics has morphed to strongly depend upon Presuppositionalism. Since all the classic arguments for a Platonic Supreme Being have been shown false or inconclusive, they must then assume the sale by making claims that naturalism cannot account for some aspect of human cognition. Logic, induction, morality, scientific reasoning being the usual suspects.
Robert - RE: their assumption that "naturalism cannot account for some aspect of human cognition" - yet they somehow contend that Super-naturalism does --
Interesting. I just wrote a blog on the link between christianity and mental illness but did not consider the whole love and violence thing. Hmm?
Thanks - will have a look. :)
It's so funny you guys spend so much time trying to convince yourselves that God doesn't exist... I've never heard of anyone spending so much time and effort to debunk something.