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Unanswerable questions for atheists

26 February 2013, 11:01
I find these religions/atheist articles nothing but useless and a complete waste of time, and I know many others agree.

It's strange to me though that the atheists have made such a fuss over religions they choose not to believe in.  I mean honestly, why bother to scream and protest so much, if you don't believe anyway?  Seems childish and desperate.

The atheists who troll these forums en masse, have also tried to assume some higher 'intelligence' ground.  Not sure how they came about that because they struggle to make a point at the best of times.

But since they love to hear the sound of their own voices, and since they love to assume high intelligence (we'll just play along for now), allow me to put some questions to them which I know already they won't be able to answer.

Yes, yes, like they do, they'll come out frothing at the mouth and swinging, hoping to lash out and hit something/someone, but all that proves is their insecurity and the futile last kicks of their dying horse.

So here we go then, let's see how clever they truly are:

1.  Since science confirms that matter cannot suddenly appear out of nothing, how then did the Big Bang occur, randomly, by complete chance, and without any substance there to cause this science-fiction reaction?

2.  Some atheists then fall back onto their new theory, that there was something there already, some portion of matter, two or three elements at most (so they conclude), and that somehow that small amount of matter spinning incredibly fast, suddenly, and without warning, just exploded/expanded and those few elements miraculously created all the other Periodic Table elements in a flash.  So here are the questions for this point:

a.  Who put the substance there in the first place, since it could not have created itself?
b.  If you believe that the matter was simply always there, then why can you not believe that God was?
c.  How did all the elements across our known universe suddenly form out of only a few?
d.  Without using some overly-complex mathematical equation that you don't even understand, how do you explain why it happened in the first place?

3.  Why have atheists tried to use science to justify their absurd theories when really they should all be dressing as Trekkies and punting science-fiction instead?

It amazes me how atheists try to define/explain an infinite God by boxing their little experiments into a laboratory and hoping that's good enough to find the answers...

But that aside, let's see if these unanswerable questions remain unanswered today, or if we'll just be met again with a bunch of copy&paste web links which prove that atheists don't understand any of their theories either.

That, or they'll do as expected, since they don't have the answers, and will simply resort to name-calling and childish comments.

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