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Science needs more faith than religion

31 July 2013, 15:15

Take it on the chin, atheists: your beliefs require more faith than Christianity. Let me prove it.

Scientists are quick to claim we should only believe theories that can be tested, and possibly proved wrong.

So, if there’s a theory that predicts a bunch of stuff that you can never observe, that’s not science. Now I got into trouble recently with the atheists on News24 for claiming that scientists were trying to ‘predict’ the past. They scoffed at me, “How can anyone predict the past?”

They made out like I was an idiot.

Yet. . .yet. . .these same people are claiming to know what happened 1 millionth of a second after the Big Bang. Yes folks, you read correctly, 1 millionth of a second!

Oh, and that was 14 billion years ago, nogal.

How do they make these claims? They hypothesise using ‘complex’ maths. And what is a hypothesis other than a prediction? (Hence my claim they are trying to predict the past.)

And now let’s lift the veil on their supposed rock-solid science. Let’ ask how many of them actually understand (TRULY understand) the complex maths involved.

Any takers?

What, none!

As I thought, you have gobbled up the ‘science’ without understanding it. You have relied on faith, and faith alone to believe in something.

If you DO claim to understand the maths involved, dear atheist, please enlighten the rest of us. Please fill us in. How does it work? Or is it above the brain power of us plebs at street level?

I have noticed this about atheists:  They are extremely deep and profound on the surface. Dig below the skin and you will discover how shallow they are.

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