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The myth of atheism

The Myth Of Atheism.
Those persons who believe and state
That “There is no God!” always fail
At supporting their contention re
‘Atheism’ because it is irrational…
In their use of speech they appear
To be unaware that their opinion
Must originate from somewhere
Or they would not have it.
Whatever is said has to have an origin
Thus all that exists including speech
Or an opinion must have originated?
It could not just be or whatever!
Admittedly the theory of ‘evolution’
Provides atheists with a false
Means to endorse their opinion
Of the non-existence of a Creator.
The theory which contends that all
Evolved from “Nothing”- whatever
The latter is? ( But no support for the
Idea that God arrived in the same way).
Thus, to accept evolution we must accept
A source of origin for to oppose such a fact
Is beyond rational reasoning and the result
Of satanic and egotistical influence.
Consider the computer: someone designed
And made it. It did not just arrive on my desk!
And as for yours truly aside from the physical
Love of my parents there has to be someone else.
Otherwise, as atheists state I arrived from nothing!
Such a bizarre opinion and contrary to intelligence.
But as I’ve stated elsewhere when death arrives our
Creator will confirm my faith by his ‘presence’.
To conclude, for the atheist all is not lost for although
Far from religious faith they themselves share ‘faith’
Of a type in that they have belief in what they term
As atheism. Which confirms the importance of faith!
Thus, faith, is a reality which touches us all as recorded
In the Bible and it pertains to the whole of existence.
For my atheist friends confirm that their attitude towards
Their subject is but a belief. Thus the belief has had to have origin.
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Submitted by ancomanach on April 04, 2017

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