Does Atheism lacks the ability to account for our existence?

Yes it does. So where did the universe, and us, come from? Atheism can only offer an impersonal cause. But an impersonal cause that precedes the universe must have always possessed the necessary and sufficient conditions to bring the universe into existence. If this pre-existing cause always existed, then it always possessed these conditions. But this necessitates an automatic generation of the universe, because when the necessary sufficient conditions are there, the result is automatic. But this means the universe would have been created an infinitely long time ago. But the universe is not infinitely old, therefore the impersonal cause of the universe cannot be supported from the atheist perspective.
The universe exists. It is not infinitely old. If it were it would have run out of energy long ago. Therefore, it had a beginning. The universe did not bring itself into existence. Since it was brought into existence by something else, I assert that God is the one who created the universe.

Genesis 1:1

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

God Bless

Brian Mason

13 thoughts on “Does Atheism lacks the ability to account for our existence?

  1. Mbombo, or any other god cannot account for the abstract laws of logic. The Christian worldview states that God is the author of truth, logic, physical laws, etc. Atheism maintains that physical laws are properties of matter, and that truth and logic are relative conventions (agreed upon principles).How does the atheist account for the laws of logic?

  2. Philippians 1:29 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

    29 For to you it has been granted for Christ’s sake, not only to believe in Him, but also to suffer for His sake,

    As the scripture reads, you have not been granted belief in Christ. I hope the best for you.

  3. Thank you, but NO. I didn’t give answers, I asked questions. I have found that it is much better to keep one’s mouth shut, and be thought a fool, than to open it, and remove all doubt. 😯

  4. I can no more prove God’s existance than you can prove He does not. I believe that DNA evidence has pretty much squashed any ideal of Macro Evolution and point towards a designer. Do you support your answers with personal opinion?

  5. Time, as we know it, cannot exist without space (Space-Time Continuum). Before the hyper-dense singularity which became the Universe unfolded, it existed in a timeless, spaceless ‘place’, where all things occurred simultaneously. Therefore, the Universe might be infinitely old, yet have been “created” yesterday.
    The Universe did not bring itself into existence.
    Please provide proof, evidence, or at least a credible argument to support this claim which does not include the word “faith.”
    I assert that God is the one who created the Universe.
    Please provide proof, evidence, or a reasonable argument to support your claim that – a God exists, and – that the God that you believe in was the one who created the Universe.
    It might be tough to do, when you base it on an unsupported personal opinion. 😯

  6. Why is the god of the bible anymore likely a candidate for the creation of earth and life upon it, than any other creation god? Mbombo is much more efficient than Yahweh of the Old Testament. Yahweh required 6 days to make the planet Earth and all life upon it, and (bless him), he need a 7th day for rest.

    Whereas Mbombo vomited once to make all the planets and stars, vomited again to make all living things upon the earth; job done and no rest required.

    There are many creation gods to believe in.

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