Hover over Romans 1:20-22 for proof of God's existence, and over Matthew 5:27-28 for Judgment Day’s perfect standard. Then hover over John 3:16-18 for what God did, and over Acts 17:30-31 for what to do.

Friday, January 23, 2009

A Challenge to a Professor

P.Z. Myers, a biologist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota, was a little upset by my website www.PullThePlugOnAtheism.com/ He called it "pathetic, fallacious, foolish, counterfactual, weird, and sexist." This is because I simply said, "An atheist is someone who believes that nothing created everything."

The statement is a huge dilemma for the professor, because he knows that only a fool could believe the scientific impossibility that nothing created everything. He can’t say that the universe is eternal, because he knows that it's not. So he is left with the predicament of having to admit that something created everything. Professor Myers believes in a Creator of some sort; he just doesn’t know its identity. He may be a professor of atheism, but he is in truth just an agnostic.

So he defaults to the predictable "Well, who made God then?" This is what he said:

"And of course, he doesn't bother with this problem: who made God? I can guess how he'd respond: there was no 'who,' and God wasn't 'made.' At which time we do a little judo move and point out that the universe wasn't 'made' by a 'who,' either."

Here now is a big mystery. He doesn’t know how the universe got here, but he somehow knows that the Creator wasn’t a “who.” How does he know that? Does he have some inside information? I would like to hear it. Bring it on Professor Myers. How do you know that a "who" wasn’t involved in creation? Explain yourself. I'm calling your bluff. Even Richard Dawkins knows better. He’s a little more careful with his wording, with his: "Why There Almost Certainly is no God."