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Why atheists need Science

20 June 2012, 09:26

Let’s be honest, without the false claim over the field of Science, the cult of atheism would not exist.  It’s like an illegal land-grab - it’s just stupid.

We might say that atheists need science as much as Christians need God.  That would be fair and accurate.  The difference is, Christians embrace this truth, we do need God, every second of every day.  We’re comfortable with this.

We might also say that atheists cling to science as much at Julius Malema clings to the brand strength of the ANC.  Without it, they cannot exist.

Let’s agree on something right up front – Science Stands Alone !!!

No party can attempt to hijack or claim the fields of science and physics to further their own agenda – Science Stands Alone !!!

Without science, atheists have no purpose for their short-lived existence.  They need science to add much-needed weight and legitamacy to their absurd theories.  Without the ability to label their ludicrous theories as ‘science’, they have nothing.

I had hoped that at least one particular atheist here who also trolls these forums, had the ability to comprehend and think for himself, but alas, to no avail.  He too proved to be an utter dissappointment.  You know who I’m referring to, the self-proclaimed Einstein incarnate who fantasizes about being a real scientist one day – poor little man.

So in conclusion then, I’d like to say this to psuedo-intellectite wannabe atheists who continually try to hijack science, desperately trying to add much-needed credibilty to their anti-God drivel:  Please don’t make the silly mistake of confusing the cult of atheism with real science?  The two are worlds apart and never the twain shall meet.
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